- Drycleaning onsite
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the soundtrack in my head goes to "Provincial Life" - the opening track in Beauty and the Beast movie. People are abouts but there is a nice pace to how they are moving. Not so hustle and bustle.
We walk up the hill and head to Artillery Park. Quebec City was built like a fort. I think I read some where that it was a strategic fort when the battles against the British and the Americans were happening eons ago. Artillery Park is a park where they have ...
... buildings they had listed, we decided to end our walking tour early and simply make our way back slowly through town to the ferry before the next departure. Along the way was passed a mural which was drawn to depict key historical moments in Levis' history. There were depictions of how the native people lived in this area along with scenes of the first settlers arriving to this region. The scenes then progressed to showing different industrial trades that devloped in the area and of ...
... provide me an assurance that in case of emergency I have a way to get immediate help.
6. Theft Alarm
Almost left this out. I carried this around in my waist pouch every single say. But maybe because I haven't got the chance to use it (thank god for that), that is why I missed it out. Dear said it is like my insurance, not a good thing that I will be using it. I remember that day in the tunnel how I almost pulled it.
... family. Case in point being when I told her I hadn't ended up going to the doctor, she said she would make me a tisane, which is a brewed herbal tea involving honey, lemon and a herb I think was oregano, to help my throat that night before I slept. She said it would also help me sleep well. We all sat in the dining room later that evening and had a good chat, her husband speaks a little more English than Balti does. I discovered that they are originally from Tunisia and ...
... with a strong accent and local vocabulary. They think French French rather posh. Communicating in English is a fail safe!
our small hotel was walking distance from the old town and surrounded by useful shops and resturants. We followed the hotelier's advice for resturants, not knowing any better, and had two great American brunches and three evening meals, influenced by French, American ( super-burgers) and Italian cuisine- the last to celebrate Peter's ...