Hotel Universel Quebec
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Another early start greeted us this morning as we were faced with the longest travelling day on our tour. We left Boston at about 8am and any intentions of being able to sleep were soon dispersed by the microphone happy tour director. Her endeavours to describe the countryside that consisted of thousands of trees was admirable but hardly …
... rate for $72.00. It is like an old Australian motel from the 60's or 70's but is clean and has free parking.
By the time we had checked in and unloaded our things the sun was out. Back in the car to find something to eat and return to the city. Finding dinner was not as easy as we thought. There was a big shopping centre just down the road but at 6.15 most of the shops were shut. Eventually found a place in a street lined with shops and restaurants. ...
... br> - Number plates only go on the back of cars, so it looks like everyone is driving around in a stolen car.
- The alcohol content in their beers is generally about 8 or 9 %.
- Canadians like tea, you can buy tea, there are tea shops. I'm so happy about this as I cannot stand coffee and that is all the people in the United States drink
- Signs only have French on them, no English.
- Everyone is polite, friendly and helpful.
... style (to accommodate the harsh cold climate) of 17th and 18th century homes commonly found in the region of Normandy, France. Another style is the British influenced architecture which obviously was introduced after the British conquered the French and reclaimed Quebec as a British settlement. Pierre pointed out some specific architectural features such as the iron S on the buildings which were actually studs to hold reinforcement beams which were running through the building, and the ...
... they stamped our passports. Yay!
Unfortunately it seems that it is our driver’s first time at doing this tour and we missed our exit for Quebec. We ended up having to take some Provincial highways and we avoided a traffic jam so that we were only 30 mins later than we first expected. It was really no big deal, as I was entertained on the bus by looking at all the beautiful fall foliage. All the leaves only started changing colours in the last few days, so we ...