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Travel Blogs from Stoneham
... hotel hot tub for a late night soak for our tired bodies.Warmed to the core we strolled back to our turtle shell on the lookout for the black bear and her cubs we were warned about while watching our breath rise in the Canadian 'summer' air.
Onward north we pressed, another night on anchorage just outside a tiny town of 800 friendly and curious Canadians, Canso. Captain Steve again had his work cut out for him as he had to rely on charts and navigational instruments to ...
... we walked down to the Musee de Naval. The Maritime Museum was free and very small. The St. Lawrence seaway figures heavily into the history of this place, and so it's an important element of the geography to understand. The part I liked best of the museum was the letters from the French government informing families of the loss of their loved ones during the various wars. Very moving. The weather now had turned hot and humid as we ...
We made our way from Neuville to Quebec City this morning and took a room in the Auberge du Tresor for the night! A beautiful old building across the square from the Chateau Frontenac! Driving into the walled city was quite a challenge with very narrow cobblestone streets and very little parking. Glad Bill was driving Winnie! Our Auberge didn't have parking and so the hunt began for a safe place to leave her for the night! The underground parkades weren't high ...
... to see them. While we saw some beautiful sights, (quaint houses in interesting villages, Catholic Churches, flower arrangements on the streets, and manicured farms) the folks that run many of the featured establishments felt they needed a day off. Guess which one. So, since Nancy had acquired a taste for "wabbit", and we knew of a purveyor within the old walled city; off we went to Restaurant Le Lapin Saute. After we had our fill of 'wabbit' pie and ...
... Still, feeling nautical, we tried to relive those old seafaring days with a little sailboat of my own that Leanne and I rented...see photo HERE. Leanne's dream of sailing around the world went down in flames when I lost control and kept going in a pathetic, small circle.
Our seafaring days (15 minutes) behind us, we walked back to the car and after squeezing every minute of value from our 24 hour parking dollar, ...
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed