Condos & Hotel Stoneham
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- Free parking
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After dinner we popped up to the Crows Nest to say a goodbye to the boys up there – none of the rest of our usual crowd were there so we came back down to Oceans and then Mix bar and said our farewells to the team there. We also managed to catch up with Ria and Jans – who fortunately hadn’t needed the Immodium and had come good.
So a last drink and then down to bed to do the last minute packing and be ready for an early start in the ...
... occupying a home built in 1687. The meal was topped off with a piece of maple syrup pie, which was fabulous. Then another walk down the steep streets back to the harbor to complete the circumference of this magnificent city. Obviously we thoroughly enjoyed this city and could write on for several more paragraphs. Watch the slide show for many more comments. Most photos shot with iphone, however, a few with my new Olympus camera. joy to ...
... 6. Maison Jacquet: built in 1677 an amongst the oldest houses in the province. 7. Aux Anciens Canadiens: is a restaurant, Québécois home cooking. 8. Maison Maillou: this houses foundations date from 1736, though the house was enlarged in 1799 and restored in 1959. 9. Place d'Armes: this place was once the military parade ground outside the Governors mansion(which no longer exists). 1st monument ; Monument to the Faith. Which recalls the ...
... Cannes or Monte Carlo and never no the difference. My host this evening has the summer off from work, what a concept! She is preparing for a marionette show in September, but took some time off to have dinner and show me around the city for a bit in the evening. We had a wonderful time, and I will be staying another night if not two in order to really get my fill of the city and eat as many croissants as possible. Batiscan QC to Quebec QC, 59 miles, day ...
... tubing; most people had rented individual kayaks which also looked fun. We had some minor trouble getting out of the lagoon part that begins the float. Abe ended up flipping his tube and going in, thus allowing his wet suit to get loaded with water that ultimately would keep him warm. We finally got going and there were a few little rapids at the beginning. It was exciting and fun. We had all the tubes hooked together with a big elastic, so we all floated as one unit. Three hours or ...