Condos & Hotel Stoneham
Travel Blogs from Stoneham
... creamy, filing and warming, just what a snowy day needs. Desert of maple pie sounded a tad overly touristic but tasted lush.
On a couple of nights we found our way to the Bureau de Poste pub, which boasted all food (entrée- main or desert) for $4.95. For a main meal for two at least three of the above were needed but it was a relief to find good cheap bar food and a burger between two easily filled us partway through our mini pub crawl. Here, like many pubs and fast food ...
... before going to the welcome drinks for the conference where I spoke a bit of French with québécois people and was introduced to everyone. Reminded me very much of Accenture with the hotel and events etc!! Went for a run and then a swim before going with Melissa and Graçe to buy slurpees, not the best thing to drink at 11 at night but I treatd them, reminded me of Seattle times! Now back in the hotel room I'm sharing with the girls. This is going to be a good ...
... the higher, walled part, where the Chateau Frontenac (the most photographed building in North America) is. We walked up like a thousand steps to get to the citadel (stopping on the way to have photos taken on cannons!), and had a well deserved rest at the top. We then carried on walking around the city passing the parliament building and fountain, and heading to quaint little shopping streets which had cobbled roads and shuttered houses. We all commented that ...
... you when to turn etc which in the spaghetti that is a highway connection over here, has been very handy.
I think out of the three Canadian cities we have stayed in, I like Quebec the most. Toronto reminded me of Sydney, Montreal was very artsy and cultured and Quebec seems just right. It certainly seems to cater more to tourists, although the girl at McDonalds today could not speak english, the young girls behind me in line had ...
... a bit steep – if the dollar wasn’t so strong, then this place would be ridiculously expensive. I also found the museums tough to navigate and this ***** me about museums and galleries in general – why can’t there be arrows on the floor and all in a linear pattern so u don’t double back or cover ground u’ve already passed. I walked up to the Parliament square which is outside the city walls and in the new town. I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed