Grand Times Hotel - Quebec City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We’re just here for the night before changing places with the Crystal Serenity cruisers just finishing their tour. On Monday morning, the lobby of our hotel, a beautifully restored 250-year old building is chaotic as last week’s cruisers are checking in as this week’s cruisers are checking out. The weather has changed dramatically and there’s a howling gale blowing outside which just adds to the chaos and confusion ...
... Just outside we discovered a lovely farmers market that we browsed and bought a loaf of bread, some award winning prosciutto (that supposedly beat out the Italians!) and two turkey and cranberry year pies that we took home to prepare for din din. We both agreed that we needed to carbo-load for the US - Portugal game. Donned in our red white and blue (face paint and all) we cheered "USA!" down the streets of Quebec as we searched for a ...
... and headed off. First stop this morning was to visit the jewish area of town to pick up the best bagels in the city. The bagel shop was called 'Le Maison Le Original Fairmont Bagel' and was a one stop shop for all things bagel. We picked up a mixed bag of 12 and some cream cheese and knives etc. The smell inside the store wafted out onto the street and the bagels we got were still warm. Despite our hunger we decided to hold off as we were heading up Mont Royal to observe ...
... and very very clean."
Felix began his carving (He is great with knives). Martha handled the cheese, Fernando cutting up stuffs and I was asked to pluck toothpicks out of chicken.
Hey it's a tough one kay. My hand hurts from doing that.
They have this dish, which they wrap chicken breast meat around a thick piece of cheese and ham. Looks yummy, and it is, Martha gave me one big piece to try. Shortly after she stuffed me another big block ...
... St-Jean are the main gates through the walls from the modern section of downtown.
The Upper Town is linked by the Escalier (literally "neck-breaking" steps) and the Old Quebec Funicular to the Lower Town, which includes such sites as the ancient Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church, the historic Petit Champlain district and the port. The Lower Town is filled with original architecture and street designs, dating back to the city's beginnings. ...