Grand Times Hotel - Quebec City Airport
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... 1759, it was on the Plains of Abraham that the French were defeated and the surrender of Quebec(and later Montreal) led to British Canada. In the end the French thought is was better to side with the British than those Americans(who were fighting the British). The Plains of Abraham are now a beautiful parkland. The weather has been kind if not chilly. Not a drop of rain and the umbrella that David bought in New York sits in his backpack every ...
... French in a 15 minute battle. Today this is a grassy park. Then we went through the small arched entry into the Citadelle, a military fortress. I learned that the Americans tried to also take over the city, but they were unsuccessful. Otherwise the US could have included some or all of Canada. We had a nice lunch at an outdoor cafe and then headed over to the dock for ...
... can you please take me to....." in French. I was lucky however with a driver who understood my English. Arrived at the hotel "Le Haute Ville" and Jen met me downstairs and showed me to my room. We had tried to "wing" it hoping for twin beds or a sofa bed for me to bunk on with Jen but alas no luck. So Jen and Barbara had got me my own room as a thanks for letting them stay with me in Montreal. ...
... under one of the main highway like roads up to the hill with some amazing art murals painted below it. Ours beers arrived on a revolver-like lazy susan, and there were quite a few, some fantastic. We then swung by a pizza shop recommended and headed home. The next day Joe and I headed out and did some further exploring of historical city, starting with a pumpkin latte. We walked in to the massive castle like hotel on to of the hill. ...
... 3 kids that I worked with, spoke English... the only word that comes to my mind now is WOW! They are 8 years old and they speak English almost better than me. It is stunning. I think that at this school, you speak English since Grade 1, but the students are francophone, so they are fluent in two languages. Finally, what I am going to say might be silly, but I think I am going to learn a lot from those people.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center