Couette & Cafe L'Arvidienne
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... tour. She pointed out the concealed locations that only a well versed guide would know. We saw the paving stone demarcations of high water levels and how they changed over time. We heard about famous families that contributed significantly, and tidbits about how the Québécois society evolved and flourished. About Champlain, the early fur traders, the first signs of commerce and civilization in a harsh new world. The ...
... pie. The sun was blazing but within 10 minutes the rain was falling and our delightful waiter simply said, that is Quebec weather! Sounds like Melbourne. We will explore a bit further and then we have our last night on board the Maasdam as we cruise to our ultimate destination, Montreal. The cruise has exceeded our expectations with great food and service and very friendly staff and fellow travellers. As we say in Quebec au ...
... a coach.
My ride was waiting for me at the Berri-Uqam station in Montreal and I hopped in with a cheery hello to all....unfortunately I was met with a subdued response and the replacing of earphones as the car settled back to its comfortable silence. Engaging conversationalists these were not but all things considered this was still much preferable to the bus and 3 hours later I was in Quebec....and it was snowing!
As I was ...
... 20 minutes and saw about 4 people! The town was very quiet as it was a Saturday morning and the first impression was not great as the town felt very dead, but we knew this would change as the town woke up.
We found our apartment, met the very nice girl who lives there called Magalie. She is from Lyon, France, and has been in Quebec City for five years. We left our bags then went to a restaurant for breakfast that was recommended by Magalie. We both ...
We reserved the smallest car, a Chevy Spark or similar. But when there's only 1 car left, you get what you get. We got a shiny red Dodge Charger with XM radio!
We then drove a bit, up Saint Laurent, or The Main, down St. Denis and around old town. Then into downtown looking for a coffee shop that we wouldn't find until we came back later.
It's 2.5 hour drive to Quebec ...