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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... a chocolatier - the chocolate is excellent!
We stayed at a very pretty, tiny campground - "Camping Orleans" - on the St. Lawrence Seaway - it was really the only one we saw on D'Orleans, so I'm glad I found it in my tour guide. Our first night there, we asked the manager where to get an authentic french meal, and she suggested "Le Moulin de Saint-Laurent" - http://moulinstlaurent.qc.ca/en/
We enjoyed it very much - the food ...
... House and surrounds, the citadel and surrounding wall. Lunch was not the best, slow service, seated right next to the continuously opening/closing door that was letting cold air in every time. Our soup was warm at best, the boys had lasagne and fish &chips and scoffed the lot because they were starving, not because it was good! there was a short snow fall whilst at lunch and the boys ...
... climbed the wall. It had a spectacular view over the city on one side, and Parliament house on the other.. We detoured because the children spied a playground. After a play at the playground Sammy was a "bit hungry", so we abandoned our trek along the wall in favour of visiting the Parliament House gardens which were much closer. This was difficult though as the water fountain out the front of Parliament House was in fact a round about for traffic. This ...
... chap from Montreal was a wealth of information and kept us entertained for two hours Richard gave him a tip and we were all went our different ways. Walked down the street looking at the shops but nothing interested us so we went back to Place Royale sat on the bench and had lunch. Another couple from the tour were also having lunch there we waved took some photos before climbing the stairs to the upper city.
Strolled through the city ...
... full cirque-du-soleil act provided free of charge five nights a week during the summer. It was an incredible show that reminded me what the human body is capable of with enough time spent among generally strange people with a bit of sheer talent thrown in. After the show, the whole crowd proceeds a couple of blocks away to the docks across from a massive factory with unsightly gray walls ten stories high and nearly half a mile ...