Hotel Universel Quebec
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- 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 …
... and asked it went to Veiux Quebec, bus driver said yes so I hopped on. Well, it didn't go to the place I thought it would go. Therefore I didn't get off. By the time I figured out it wasn't turning aroun I was way the heck the other side of the River. I checked with a young man who looked like he was a student and got off at the next stop, crossed the street and waited for the next bus heading back to the old town. This time I knew where to get off.
I was thinking ...
I know I've skipped ahead a bit here, but it's my blog so I can do that. Besides I have a lot to say about Quebec City so I thought I'd best get started.
Quebec City has a lot of hills. That's why my legs don't like it so much. It all started with the walk from the train station to the hostel. I admit, the hostel's directions did say it was a 15 minute walk uphill but for some reason I wasn't expecting it to be that uphill. And ...
... in Toronto). She is rapidly selling the furniture out from underneath me. She won't be here for the final week in Yellowknife, as she has to go to Germany for more training. As a result, to be "helpful," she's getting rid of our furniture. NOW. I have three weeks left here and oscillate between amused and horrified. Right now, it looks like I'll have to do the drive from Yellowknife to Edmonton by myself, as Sarah will be in Germany for ...
... We are very close to the Rue St Jean, outside the city walls so we are 10 minutes from the Plains of Abraham, Quebec Parliament building, the city walls and the citadel. We are 20 minutes from the centre of town and the Chateau Frontenac.
So we wandered over the Plains of Abraham, named after a man called Abraham who used to graze his animals there. The plains have two Martello Towers, a band stand and lots of benches. The plains are a large ...