Hotel Motel Le Chateauguay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... ourselves a pub to have some lunch. Baie St Paul is one of Quebec's oldest towns.
We made our way further back along the St Lawrence River stopping for another break to have a look at a Basilica. A basilica is a church with certain privileges conferred on it by the Pope. The Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré is 30 kilometres east of Quebec City. It has been credited by the Catholic Church with many miracles of curing the sick ...
... for the onion. The last thing we needed was another course of food but I think I've backed myself into a corner and have to eat it. Sioux is not too happy either because she got a serve as well. Quebec The Day After "The Onion" We made our way carefully over the road, due to all the snow and ice on the paths, with Jean holding my arm tightly. Since my little tumble up the stairs at Arlington Cemetery (yes I have recovered now, not that anyone asked) he doesn't trust ...
I am currently on my second flight of the day to Quebec City after a short layover in Toronto. It was so strange being so close to home but knowing I wouldn't see my family until December!
These past few days have been so packed with activity that I keep thinking more time passed than it actually did because it feels impossible that we did all that we did in like 3 days!
We had a whole week of long classes, 8:30-2pm, and we learned so ...
... Palliard, a local bakery on Rue St. Jean. But as we were getting ready to go, a huge thunderstorm blew in, so we ate here. After the weather cleared we walked to Artillery Park, (http://www.quebecregion.com/en/histori c-sites/fortifications-of-quebec-nation al-historic-site-artillery-park) a fortification built by the French to store arms and barracks for troops and then used by the British. We got a tour of several of the buildings ...
... the heavy snow made it quite a unique experience. Just up the road is the Parliament Buildings. It was here we were able to take in a very tasty lunch in the cafeteria before going on a free English tour. Quebec's 125 elected representatives have been debating issues and passing legislation since 1886. It was very easy to see the comparisons with Western Australia's parliamentary system as they are both built on the British model. ...