Condos & Hotel Stoneham
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... climb up myself. Yay, just what I wanted to do, climb up the spider web...I banned Sammy from climbing up it again until we are with daddy. Just next to the park is a water fountain park. It is really cool, I saw a few in NY city. Spurts of water burst from the ground randomly. The kids love it. Adalia decided to sit in it fully clothed, which in theory is fine because you can put a new nappy on a baby and have them naked on a hot day. Except that I had left ...
Typically woke at 7.30 without an alarm and couldn't get back to sleep... At 8.30 decided to go for a long run, then spent some time sorting some more uni stuff before eating breakfast with Claire. Went for a walk with Claire in the old town, did a bit of window shopping and went to collect my number for the race. Turns out the marathon is a ...
... which we all agreed was the best we'd ever had. The town was so small that this was really all there was; we walked past a catholic monastery on the way back to the ferry and departed around 2:30pm. Returning to Quebec City, we walked through the Family Place set up for the music festival which changes the features in the tents every 2-3 days. We got to see some really huge bugs made of recyclable materials which were really artistic and cool. There was also a place ...
... We trundled off the ship all bundled up like we were going skiing. I was ever so glad I'd brought a warm vest, scarf and gloves! We spent the day enjoying the Chateau Frontenac (ok so it's old and musty), the darling little shops with surprisingly reasonably priced treasures, watching the horse drawn carriages (and smelling...) walking 'the city wall' ( yes, this place WAS worth defending!). Then we also went to Lapin Sauté which ...
... track. Inside the Mill one of the employees gave me a rundown on how the mill made paper used to make newspapers. Unfortunately the model room was not open to visit. I walked back along the railway track to the church foundation. I then took the canyon trail back to the welcome centre. Some great viewing platforms along the trail overlooking the limestone canyon formed by the river. Some very spectacular scenery. Back at the visitor centre where I had a quick look ...