Condos & Hotel Stoneham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... off the ship, and into the tender, means the ship must anchor and stay still so the small boat can tie up and safely load the passengers. And of course later it all must be done in reverse. We had been a little concerned about rain in both ports, but the issue ended up being the wind. In both ports we got ready early as we had 7am meeting times. Both ports the captain came on the ...
... edge and into Place Royal. This area was absolutely beautiful with a church, little terrace houses and lots of shops. It lead into Petit Champlain which was a bit of an art district. But the attraction that caught our eye was the funicular. Tom's all time favourite thing is to go to the top of mountains on either chair lifts or funiculars. So we had no option...and at $2.50 we really couldn't refuse. The kids loved it and it saved us a steep walk back ...
... there is nothing here apart from a few motels and houses and we need to start making our way back to Toronto. Seems a little sad making our way back as its the first sign that the holiday will end soon but we have well over another week to see yet more stuff. No moose sightings today unless moose stand on their hind legs and point straight up, cover themselves in leaves and look like stiff weeds. In that case I've seen ...
Think overall I managed a good 6 hour sleep overnight on the bus. Had to change buses at about 5am and had a bit of a wait in a bus station but fell easily back to sleep. Feeling like I nees a shower though... Think we're not that far away from my stop now, told the driver the name of the Auberge as he should drop me off just outside. Exciting to be starting a new phase of the trip, but missing my Québec housemates! Good job I woke ...
... alone on the East was gonna be a one horse outpost. Boy was I wrong ! Masses of traffic was piling in making navigation difficult. The bridges were impressive and I began to think this was a populace place. We needed the 138. I took the turning for the 138 but it turned out to be the number for the junction, not the road. This began my hatred for this place. We had no map or sat nav so it was difficult to find the bike shop with ...