Finally! The last post of this series is coming to an end. A few days ago I was reading through my Canadian series and I quickly realized it wasn’t written how I would have preferred. It didn’t keep my interest. I’ve been blogging for almost two years now and I am STILL learning how to keep things professional, interesting, and unique. After much thought and consideration, I’ve decided I’m going to change up a few things. That being said, I think a game changer is coming soon as I plan on writing our next travel adventures out in a completely new style that I think y’all will love!
Now, back to the meaning of this post…
Our last day in Canada was spent at Fort Saint-Jean and getting a bit too tipsy at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (highly recommended place to visit by the way!).
While we didn’t tour the museum, we did find our tracks in, out, and all around the entire fort. Which is quite a treck might I add, so once again, have your walking shoes on!
Be careful where you step! You can suddenly find yourself knee deep in snow around this area.
The Mcdonald’s in Quebec had waffle fries! They’re not quite up to Chick-fil-A standards but they were a delectable treat especially after walking another 5 miles.
Our hotel room! Our room was small yet cozy. Remember when I first started this series I was going into how our hotel experience was? If not, you can find it here: Hotel Acadia
The hotel was nice especially the rooftop hot tub plus, it was in a convenient spot right in the heart of Old Quebec. Despite that, we had our first run in with natives who knew we were tourists and ripped us off. We were told that breakfast was free and the concierge did everything he could to “sweeten us up” for a tip. Which I’m fine with but the lying, I’m not okay with. They ended up charging us for breakfast and we quickly found out that all the stuff he was “throwing in for free” came with our room. Needless to say, if we ever do go back to Canada, we will never stay at that hotel again.
Despite the employees from Hotel Acadia, we loved the uniqueness of the quaint hotel and the way everybody decorated was just lovely and it really gave off that homey feel.
The wine in the 1608 – WINE & CHEESE BAR in Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac hotel was incredible! We spent two nights sitting in front of a fire chatting away while sipping on some fancy drinks. The staff was above and beyond exceptional. They noticed we weren’t touching the nuts sitting on our table, they inquired as to why and hubby told them about my allergies. It was one of the very few times I felt like my allergies weren’t an inconvenience. They immediately took the bowl of peanuts away and came back with a huge brand new bag of sweet potato crisps. This kind of hospitality made our decision to go back exceptionally easy. Pssst…tip them during your time there and you just might receive free drinks on the house.
I could go on and on about this quaint bar, between the people and atmosphere it was easily one of the best parts of our stay.
Overall, Quebec is amazing and I honestly recommend for those to visit especially during their off-peak time!
If you have any questions about Quebec or need some travel tips, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I sincerely hope you enjoyed this series! I look forward to sharing our next travel adventure with you all soon!