Parc Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about 6 different questions, I was sweating, why is it that when you cross a border you feel like you are being interrogated for a series of crimes you never committed?! Anyway, after making me go bright red and sweaty, this woman decided to just make it that little bit worse, she looked around at her colleges and spoke to each one in French, as she spoke to them they all looked at me like they were ready to pounce. Two of her rather large male colleges then ...
When we left home late this morning, it was -19, feels like -26 deg. We were interested to see what it would be like, as it was bright and sunny. All of yesterday's snow had been cleared off the road and pavement, so it was easy to walk, and overall, it wasn't too unpleasant. We waited about 10 mins for the bus and we were just starting to feel the cold.
To keep warm, we caught ...
... hours at the jazz festival, such a cool ambiance with so many people! Got talking to some Quêbecois, very welcoming! Then came back to the hostel and was desperate for the toilet, but of course there was someone in our bathroom so I went to one downstairs where I got talking to a guy from California whilst brushing my teeth... Love authentic hostel experiences like that! Now off to bed for a sort of early night ...
... around and the girls tried to teach me how to take a photo the old fashion way by adjusting the ISO, exposure and apeture. It was interesting to learn how each aspect combined, but I'm still a slow learner. It is much easier in this day and age where you can see on the screen how each setting is different rather than just shooting and hoping for the best. Our favourite part was definitely the huge koi carp in the Japanese garden who were just sitting in the shallow water ...
... and just invite themselves for dinner :-) So we ended up at 7 eating in the garden, drinking, smoking, chatting, laughing, until 3 in the morning! Great evening! :-D By that time I was on 48h without sleep, zombie-style :-)
A much needed lie-in later, we spent our 2nd day visiting the old town, the port, with a necessary stop to have my first-ever bite of lobster! The evening saw another gorgeous algerian home-made lamb tajine, and cupcakes, followed by girlie drinks ...