Hotel Le Cavalier du Moulin
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... by finding a suitable café and ordering two café au laits... Well that perked us up!
Zee autobus back home was no trouble even though we briefly had to run after it in order to flag it down. Well if we missed it, no doubt the drivers would be on strike soon and the next one would be along in a couple of weeks!
That evening we had dinner near our ...
... St. Bought a few groceries for this evening, in the morning, and on the train. Got coffee for warmth and headed for my home for the night. Think I am finally dry even if all of my clothes aren't. Thank goodness for plastic bags.
in the morning I head to Montreal for a few nights. I'll see what I can come up in the way of pictures. Oh yes, camera been acting funny. Today it got to the point where it won't turn on. I am hoping it just needs to dry out. There is always hope!
... ourselves in the French language, Quebec City will be high on the list. For now though, we have settled for making a pact to start taking French lessons when back in Vancouver.
Tomorrow morning we head deeper into Quebec and also further East into Canada than either one of us has ever ventured in the past. Soon we will see whether it will be the 'French snobbery' or the 'polite Canadian' stereotype that comes out on ...
... day was back at the Plains of Abraham, near where we went snowshoeing. This time we watched a multi-media presentation called Canada Odyssey, that recounted the history of our country, featuring historic scenes that took place on the very site where we saw this presentation.
We made our way back to the hotel--walking again!--and had no trouble convincing everyone to turn in after a fun and action-packed day.
... us along La Cascades (a large-ish stream) that runs into the Jacque Cartier River below. As we got going, a family group was exiting the trail and told Abe that there was a moose about 500 meters ahead. We all got excited, but as we kept walking, we didn't see anything. Jacob was certain the guy had been pulling our legs, but then we saw another family group walking quietly ahead of us and pointing off to the left. Sure enough, not 30 feet (maybe less!) in the ...