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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... it is insanely boring. The parade ground was lined with people who all then had to get divided into groups for the guided tour. If I had to do it again, I'd skip the ceremony - either go later in the year or later in the day. And actually, I'd suggest the Citadel tour in Halifax which is far more interesting and hands on. Do the Plains of Abraham exhibit and tour in Quebec City. We headed north from the Citadel and clambered along the old city ...
... my lack of circulation to my hands, even with good gloves and inner liners, my fingers still felt painfully close to frostbite after each run. At the top of the mountain it was -25c with a little wind, so probably closer to -30c I would guess. Each chair lift up I would get the satches and warm my fingers. Melinda had an amazing experience today when her running nose froze and she had icicles insider her nostrils :-) she had the ...
... at St Patrick's Irish Pub on rue Saint-Jean for a drink.
We then headed up the road to Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral to watch the celebrations of the 350th year anniversary of the Cathedral. A Cardinal from the Vatican presided over the proceedings. Unfortunately we did not have an invitation to join the congregation but were able to view the event via the magic of technology, a la, a large screen outside the church and loud speakers. It was ...
... of Quebec City (I hadn't been there in about 25 years!). It's such a beautiful city. My students were rockstars and I think my own presentation on skipping snowmobiles went well (and raised some eyebrows). I managed to run in shorts (even though the locals likely thought I was mad), but that made me happy (especially since I ran in -16C this morning in Yellowknife!).
I'm now back in Yellowknife, as is Sarah (who was away at Doctors without ...
... plans to built the citadel were submitted to the British Crown, and London approved it, despite the high costs involved. A few years after building the Citadel, after the Patriote Rebellion in 1837-38, the British thought it necessary to reinforce it by building more defensive measures in the "ditch", (if you could call the deep and wide dry moat surrounding the star shaped fort that.) Along with the gun placements protecting Cap Diamant, the natural high cliff faces, the ...