Condos & Hotel Stoneham
Travel Blogs from Stoneham
... which was downtown, we dumped our bags and went an found another hostel it was rank! After spending hours walking up hills and steps we were finally in our new hostel which is like a hotel - there is also massive kitchen which means we can eat proper food! Yay! Oh and we got a private room even more yay!!! It's also in the old town which is so pretty but again very French, even more French than Montreal! Quebec City is pretty sweet, it's perfect for ...
... ice cream place. A short walk up into town and our ice cream place was upon us. We walked inside and found that the soft serve ice cream, made with real cream rather than a powder or mix, was then dipped into your choice of a dozen different chocolate fondue's. Heaven. I haven't had dessert since we've been here, but seeing these chocolate dips I decided to get my own baby cone and selected the chocolat noir; others in the group selected the hazelnut chocolate one (like ...
... causing some damage - would have been a you tube moment if we were filming it. A quick trip up the Funicular found us at the top of the escarpment at the foot of the famous Fairmont Chateau Frontenac where we then walked along the Governor's Promenade (Promenade de Gouverneurs) for what seemed like ages. This took us beneath the Citadelle de Quebec where we emerged onto the Plains of Abraham - the site of the Quebec Winter Carnival. Having bought our passes the ...
... hill, there was a fence in the way n we thought we couldn't get through. Turns out we could have but we didn't realise this, so ended up ****** around in the park giving each other massages, seeing as the weather was so nice. (it didn't last long!!! But it latest the night.) Everyone had a great dinner with a few quibbles about what was brought. Big fire and lots of sleeps! Good night over all! ...
... George Ill. The benches are made of oak imported from the Royal Windsor Forest. The sovereign's seat is located in the royal box in the balcony and may be occupied only by the reigning sovereign or her representative. Every summer, "Les Artisans de Ia Cathedrale" (craftspeople) gather in the busy cathedral courtyard to offer their works.
At number 6 rue Donnacona stands one of the narrowest houses in all of America. It was built in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed