Condos & Hotel Stoneham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... planters all over the walls. After touring the lower neighborhoods and the harbor area we set out to find our lunch spot which we had picked out the previous night. Moule et Frittes were on our mind, having seen them on the menu so we each ordered a plate, or should I say huge bowl. Yum! Apres lunch we elected to head across the upper part of the old city along the western rampart walls. Not many people do this but it was a ...
... back up to were the bus was going to pick us up. We arrived back at the hotel in the afternoon, decided to go across the street to the shopping centre to look around. I got some lollies and something for dinner before arriving back to the room to rest, eat, watch movies and get a early night sleep. I checked the weather and it is still snowing outside. Tomorrow we pack up and go to ...
Quebec City couldn't be more crowded. We were away in Saguenay when Paul McCartney was here last week so we missed all the commotion, but this week Celine Dion is here and the place is wall to wall people. Sue and I took a long walk in the morning and mad reservations for Ghost Tour for our last night. We didn't have much else planned, so when we got back we took a drive with the kids to St. Antoine de Tilly. This is on the ...
... you must demonstrate that your threats are not hollow. In our conversation after he said, "Dad, I will admit that I was wailing, but you didn't listen to me when I said I could calm down." Well, at least he has the self awareness to recognize that he was "wailing." Anyway, after we got up Sunday we headed out to Isle d'Orleans. This was a quick drive from the city and we rented an audio tour CD at the information center. The tour ...
... of the Canadian infantry housed within the citadel. The tour was excellent! Our guide was a wealth of knowledge about the history of Quebec and the military history of Canada. New to me and particularly interesting was that Canada has its own seminal WWI battle experience not dissimilar to the ANZAC story. It is the battle of Vimy where Canadian soldiers were allowed to fight under their own direction for the first time. There were heavy casualties but the soldiers succeeded ...