Hotel Manoir Charest
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... we made our way back to the main highway (the falls are about halfway between 2 exits and you back track on yourself at both exits - yes I am the efficiency queen). We got to our Howard Johnson in Woodstock in time for the boys to swim in the pool. I didn't swim which I think is a first for me - but we still needed to unload the van (I had just grabbed swimsuits). The hotel was full and we were inside the main building overlooking the pool not in the ...
... and the views were amazing. Long runs so only managed 3 trips up and down before the 1 1/2 hr lessons were finished and I met everyone for lunch. All super excited, the instructor had taken them up the mountain but they didn't like him as he shouted at them! We did a couple more runs together on the beginner slope then Matthew took me up the mountain to show me what he could do - kamikaze springs to mind as he hurtled down the mountain in a ...
... br> We we caught the Funiculaire du Vieux-Quebec up to the Upper town travelling at a 45 degree angle. The Funiculaire is one if the oldest businesses in the region and has been operating since 1879.
It had just started to rain so we decided it was time to visit Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. The hotel was designed by American architect Bruce Price using architectural styles of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance ...
... it was proposed to me to have the Turndown Service I was not too sure exactly what they had to offer me.
The sad results, I'd like to know what you think of the service good night (turndown service), you also have ideas or experiences to make services is more pleasant and current. These people need to know what we want to make our stay unforgettable.
David ! : ) ...
... entrance at the time into the fort was through the original gate, which is too small for a fire engine to fit through! They learnt their lesson from this and subsequently built one that allows for this, although in the interests of it remaining an impenetrable fort our guide told us its location was a secret! They have a changing of the guard ceremony here each day during the warmer months, in the tradition of the British guard, of course the commands are all shouted in French. ...