Condos & Hotel Stoneham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 6 degrees celcius, which is balmy compared to -25c on the mountain! There were 6 huskies in each dog sled team, one driver on the back of the sled and one person sitting in the chair of the sled enjoying the ride. Was great fun, the dogs are well cared for and obviously LOVE running and pulling the sled, they all went mad when we came out and all those in the kennel not going out were barking and jumping to get going. Pretty simple to "drive" the ...
... and the crepes are filled with giant strawberries. I was very excited because when the waitress came to take our order I asked in french if she could speak English. She replied "only a little bit", so I ordered in french. When I had finished ordering she said that I spoke very good french!! I was only reading off the menu, but hey, I'll take that compliment thank you! We enjoyed our crepes then returned to our hotel to pack. Tomorrow we are off to Montreal where our adventure will ...
... along with a gas station.
We ate Salt and Vinegar chips - Kettle brand which is hugely popular and everywhere here. We tried to manage transactions in French but after bonjour we couldn't understand - "is that everything?" Then it would be "do you want a sack?"
We listened to the comedy station to keep us entertained. Nick still got tired. But we made it!
Our airbnb host would be absent so we followed ...
... built on the top of a very high cliff as is Quebec City, so stairs awaited us to reach town. The kids ran their stairs; Abe and I had run in the morning, followed by 398 stairs to reach the top of the cliff in Quebec City through the Plains of Abraham, so we were shagging on these stairs. There must have been at least 100. Stairs ought to be featured on all the t-shirts for these towns. Lunch was good, well priced and we ordered well. We split three dishes and then departed to ...
... An hour later after getting creeped out by a lady who kept asking Hannah to come see her for a cuddle (super creepy NO) we decided we had seen enough of upper old Quebec and it was time to cut our losses and head home to find dinner. Back down la faniculaire where we had a route back to the truck planned. Running frantically through the cobble stone streets (it was better then some of our triathlon workouts - a swim and run all in one) towards the truck not able to ...