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Our accommodations in Trois Riviere proved to be just what we needed. As my fellow breakfasters commented, they just needed someplace to sleep. And Motel Canadienne had that. But bonus, there was a well stocked breakfast room. And the place was clean and quiet. If the couple I met at breakfast is any indication, the other guests are experienced travellers who don't care about the extras. The other couple was from New Hampshire and were on their way back from ...
... Very nice meal again, great service and then on to the street party for NYE. Amazing... Huge... fantastic .... All the streets were blocked off, people everywhere, a highly coordinated light show, DJs playing music, lots of street stalls, restaurants and bars and people just having a great fun time everywhere. As we got close to NYE we moved to the main square and listened to DJ Destructo play ...
After breakfast at the hotel we headed to the Marche du Vieux-Port which is fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and deli market that is only open on Sundays. The stall holders are all from the farms. We made a few purchases including blueberries dipped in dark chocolate. These are only available in August and September when the blueberries are in season. They were beautiful. I am going to try to make them in summer.
Old Quebec City is a UNESCO World Heritage ...
... br> Audrey will be "it" first
You cannot tag a person within the Donald Cooper Building
No touch backs
When asked if you are “it,” you have 3 secs to respond
Your actions should not put another person at risk of physical harm (emotional scarring is optional)
If you are flying out of town, you are exempt from the time you enter the security line at the airport until you re-enter the airport ...
... of power to control Canadian territory. The French and British fought over it for nearly two hundred years. The French built the initial walled ramparts, but ran out of funds to build the Citadel that stands guard at the top of the hill today. That was left to the British after 1820 who wanted to keep the city under their control. Surrounded by steep cliffs, gun batteries and with a narrow entrance to the harbour from the St Lawrence River (which is what the native ...