Hotel Universel Quebec
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Nice. Got a double room with balcony for just me
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Bonjour et famille les Amis, no not in France, but could be. How that French language is music to my ears, I so still want to be French.
had a big drive today from Boston to Quebec or Kabec as they say here. The countryside changed, the colours are just beautiful. Leaves changing already, really pretty. Three states today Massachusetts, …
Left at 7:30am for the long bus ride up to Canada. Crossed from Massachusetts into New Hampshire, through the White Mountain area. Stopped at St Johnsbury to have lunch at Albert's Diner. Quick look around town. They have a private academy there. Built by the towns logging family and still running. Then on to Quebec, very quick stop at the Canadian …
... I spotted a white blob in the distance, our first Beluga. A short while later we stumbled across a Minke whale, larger than a Beluga but harder to spot as it's dark skin blended in to the darks waters of the river. It was at this point I realised how difficult it was to take photos of whales. No sooner do you spot them, they have taken their breath and gone back under water, barely enough time to find them ...
... pub:/cafe downstairs. The room is spacious, more like a studio apartment, with a lovely outlook over the small square surrounded by cafés, restaurants and a fountain. We went for a short walk and discovered lots of small shops along the cobbled stoned streets. This is an old part of the city with lots of charm and ...
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