Grand Times Hotel - Quebec City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the stairs and the postie delivers the mail on foot. Must be very fit negotiating so many stairs !
Some time after lunch I took over driving again - third time. Drove for about an hour and stopped because we were getting close to Quebec and it was raining and I was not going to drive in the city. During my drive the landscape changed considerably from the wide open farming land to small hills to steep rock cliffs. The rain continued on and off for our ...
... hostel to get my gloves, beanie, boots and winter jacket. So I was essentially wearing what I would wear on the coldest day in Canberra...in the middle of their Spring. I'll definitely be purchasing some long Johns and other wintery gear for winter.
I'm currently writing this on a train. This is my first Canadian train experience and I was surprised that they weighed my bag. I had to take 1kg out so I took my toiletry bag out. I ...
... and we were only about 15 minutes into our tour. Our next stop for the tour was in front of the Morrin Building, the city's first prison built over 200 years ago. The Morrin Building is in fact the home of the city's first English language institute of higher education which was founded in 1824 and houses one of the world's most beautiful library collections. This national historic site still provides guided tours of the former prison cells as well as the old physics and chemistry ...
... br> We have different travelling objectives, their's makes me feel very pressurised.
"What else is there to see? That's all? Like have nothing much... I was so bored yesterday when I came here alone. What is next? What are we going to do tomorrow? What have you been doing here for that 2 weeks? You talked to the people here? They only asked boring questions like where are you from."
Even though this irritates me ...
... weather was still bad, but I wanted to make the most of my time here. I had lunch in a small café where I ordered “poutine” a native dish which is hot chips, cottage cheese and gravy. It sounds gross, I know, but was actually quite tasty!
Using my French has been a lot of fun. Everyone seems to understand me, and for the most part I understand them. There was one gentleman, at the café where I had lunch that I found very hard ...