Bed & Breakfast Manoir Mon Calme
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... another two levels above that. We managed, but older people would struggle I'd imagine.
The room was big but had only a tiny window. There was no airflow and it was very warm so amazingly we had to put on the aircon.
It wasn't too late so we went for a wander in search of a gay bar or pub but apart from a drag bar found nothing. We didn't need a drink that badly and there were some not so savoury characters around so we cut our losses and headed for bed.
Today we crossed the border and I added a new stamp to my passport. Hello Canada! On the drive up, which was a total of about 6 hours drive time we drive through Maine and Rhode Island and stopped in at my very first Walmart. It's just like a large Kmart except they sell guns too. Also popped into a duty free store and got a litre bottle of vodka for $13. Bargain! Everyone stocked up so I'm sure we're in for an interesting few days in Canada. We passed beautiful ...
... the wind speed was 28+ with higher gusts. We did visit the underground fort which preceded the hotel, and an indoor multimedia presentation on the battles that flipped Quebec from French to English, back and forth, several times. But there is really no place inside the hotel to sit and look outside, unless you are in one of their pricey restaurants. Even Gamache's favorite bar has been narrowed way down, serving drinks and meat and ...
... back into Quebec and preview the walk through the Upper Town of this most European of American cities. It's the only city in the Americas north of Mexico City to be fortified with European-style walls, and, in 1985, the first urban center in North America to be inscribed into UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Tomorrow, we head for Saguenay Fjord National Park, in search of whales!
... whale watching tickets and then drove the last bit to Baie St. Catherine which was the departure point for our cruise. There was a lot parking, shuttling, etc. to get to the boat but we got there to board the large craft. We were supposed to go on a smaller boat but it had engine difficulty so we ended up on the larger ship. This was fine, as it had a heated cabin, rest rooms, hot cocoa, etc. We headed out into the St. Lawrence at the junction where the Saguenay empties out. This ...