Bed & Breakfast Manoir Mon Calme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... town," but there are slight bits of Disney-like commercialization here and there that make you aware this town is a tourist attraction. Do not get us wrong though: Old Quebec is beautiful. Who wouldn't want to attend Laval University here in the centre of town? History exudes from every corner. Your view is the St. Lawrence and surrounding distant mountains. The streets are stone, the buildings are stunning, and you can walk everywhere (our car will spend ...
... old road. Out through the suburbs of Montreal with 3 and 4 level apartment blocks.
Crossed the river to leave Montreal Island at Repentigny where there were highrise apartment blocks along the river bank. The St Lawrence River is very wide with low river banks and wide flood plains in parts. It was quite built up along much of the river bank, sometimes there were houses, sometimes the road. On the other side were farms growing corn (not sweet corn) ...
... this was strange because once I had it out I could then just carry it onto the train, and honestly I could have just put it back in my suitcase. It seemed rather pointless. It was lucky that in my backpack on my back I had my laptop (2kg), winter jacket (1kg) and some clothes. I would have been really overweight if all that was in my suitcase! Now I know they actually weigh your bag I'll be more prepared next time.
... it was time to congregate outside the tourist info office and embark on our foodie tour. To say we were super excited was an understatement. French is one of my favourite cuisines and Quebec is known for its food especially wine, cheese and lamb....what wasnt there to like about the next 2.5 hours. We were introduced to Pierre, our guide and we followed this up with short introductions about ourselves before setting out on our way. What we didnt know about this food tour was that ...
... So basically, you pick a bike up from where ever is closest to you, ride to where you need to go and park the bike in a stand within the 30 minutes. Then you go about your day, and when you need a bike again you just go to a stand and pick up a new one. GENIUS! This way we got transportation for 24 hours for $7 each, and didn't have to spend heaps of time walking, or use the underground and miss half the city while travelling. I almost felt like one of the locals, ...