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This place had coffee. I like coffee. Coffee Coffee.
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The fact that it would mean the world to see what happens when I get to know how to make a good one for a while ago but it was not immediately available to comment on the way I am so happy to have to go back and I have to be able to do it.
... people. They were French immigrants who were displaced by the British in the mid-1700s. Even with all the tragedy, the remaining Acadien community flourished and modern-day Acadiens are proud of their heritage.
Our campground was Mactaquac Provincial Park, where we overlooked the lake created by a hydroelectric dam from our site. With the temperatures dipping to 1°C overnight, we will be glad to sleep in a warm house and bed in ...
... is a French speaking place. We do have cheat sheets with common phrases on it so I'm not leaving the hotel without it! Had a lovely dinner out and then some of the group went back and the rest of us ventured out. Some went into a pub and the others a club, you will be surprised to know I went to the club. It was a no drink night for me though so it was a tame night! The inside of the club was absolutely incredible. It was inside a castle so the exterior was just ...
... Probably more than 200 people checked in between 4 and 6. And it seems that the Frontenac is catering to the conference/business crowd, probably where the money is. So the beautiful Fairmont Chateau Frontenac is spectacular from the outside. But perhaps not always as special on the inside. PS Je suis desole! The owners of the bookstore in Knowlton were so lovely and shared that Louise's husband had declined so very fast. They "think" ...
Quebec and the berth is stunning, right above us is Chateau Frontenac which despite being 19 Century Railway hotel looks every bit a French Chateau! And to top it all the sun breaks through and we have a glorious day! After availing ourselves of the wifi in the terminal we walk along the sea front to Place Royale and went slowly uphill to the lower ...