Hotel Le Voyageur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... around the city with a huge wall that is covered with soil and grass. The citadel is still a working army base so naturally we were escorted through the area learning all about the French, English, American and French again efforts to control this area. The French won. The guide we had could at least laugh at himself although we have found they have a very different sense of humour.
on the first day Warren walked into ...
Once again we are back in a place that is near the border of a time line and therefore the sun is rising much earlier than I would like. By 6 am, there was no denying it was morning, so I got up and enjoyed some quiet time with my bible and a cup of tea on the patio. Nice start to what has turned out to be a wonderful day.
As I stated earlier, our apartment is on a hill overlooking the city. It is a great advantage point if you want a ...
... as alternatives.
Levis also needed to be walked ... so we did the town walk, saw the outside / grounds of the Fort (closed 'till Spring!) and found a lovely chocolate shop - so just had to stop at and buy some sweeties.
Personal stuff - have been eating out a lot in the last few stops, so using this one to get back into a sensible eating pattern. Limiting ourself to one meal out in the ...
... between 1648 and 1650; this is where the capitulation of Quebec was signed in 1759.
At number 34 Rue Des Jardins, on the busy intersection is maison Jacquet, a remarkable construction highlighted by a very slanted roofline, typical of 17th century dwellings. Purchased in 1815, it became the home of Philippe Aubert de Gaspe, author of "Les Anciens Canadiens". The restaurant in the building today is named after the novel.
Before I write about Cuba, one of my friends from res needs a special mention - Yasmine... the girl who thought vegemite was pronounced vaginamite... I'll probably miss her more than most when I leave. That ***** is crazy and had to have her own paragraph in my blog... mainly because she asked for one :P
Since I last wrote I spent the best week of my life partying with Fidel in Cuba. It was a bit of a last minute