Hotel Le Voyageur
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to have for dinner and what we needed to buy ... shame we forgot to buy the chicken (doh!), so had to go out again. So much for saving the planet, we walked first time ... used car to go back!
All this not working is messing with my brain.
Lots to see / do in Quebec City, see list of items, so we were up and out pretty early - every day.
A downtown and an uptown to discover. It's like ...
Up at about 7.45 this morning, gathered my things and headed to the bathroom to get dressed. Then downstairs to the cafeteria to have breakfast. They had yoghurt, toast, cereal, boiled eggs. I had some yoghurt, vegemite toast and cereal and some orange juice, nice! I just missed the breaky rush, and there was a big queue waiting when I left.
After breaky I checked out of the hostel and made my way down to Chateau Frontenac. ...
After Ottawa and Gatineau, we ventured further into Quebec. We made a stopover in a town called Thurso, to visit Steph's Grandmother's grave, and we continued through the back roads until we reached Saint Jerome, where Genevieve, Steph's sister lives. Steph wanted to show me a tradition from Quebec for this time of the year, the "Cabanne a Sucre" (or Sugar Shack, in English). Pretty much in places where they make maple ...
... It overlooks the very busy St Lawrence River with freighters, sailboats, tour trips, ferries, sightseeing and speedboats going in all directions.
All summer long, this park is also host to numerous free concerts. At the east end, they were just setting up the massive stage with tons of suspended lights, speakers and performer accommodations in behind it all. The venue takes advantage of the Citadel hill that slopes towards it - so there's lawn chair seating ...
... from the lobby to the restaurant. Very fun, and free! Back in our room, we had the boys try on the luxurious robes (we took a pic, but Lewyn has banned it from the travelblog!), and then watched the festival and the lights from our window. We could hear the closest band pretty well--a cover band doing hits from the 1970s-1980s rock/punk. We did the elevator again when the sun had gone down to see all the lights. Then to ...