The morning in NYC was spent recovering from last night – with a walk around West Village finishing with breakfast at Buvette.
We passed Rob & Jordan’s place admiring the plaques on the wall outside their neighbour.
We passed a wonderful locksmith where the walls and even a chair are covered with keys.
Back past the Speakeasy from last night.
Then into Buvette. It’s wonderful.
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We sat and enjoyed the atmosphere, the coffee, the food but not the rain that started while we sat inside.
It meant an Uber back to the hotel to pack up for our trip to Newark airport for a flight to Quebec.
It was all pretty easy and we liked the airport. Big and clean it had great cafes all with iPads on the tables so you can order your food and drinks quickly and easily.
Then it was onto an alarmingly small plane.
Some tall men had to crouch!
Thankfully it was a trouble free flight and just over an hour later we landed in a very snowy Quebec.
We’re staying at the gorgeous Château Le Frontenac.
Such a beautiful old hotel.
Our king size room overlooks the river and parks.
And our room is so comfortable. In fact the hotel is so big and lovely to explore that we’re trying the Bar for a cocktail and the Bistro for dinner. We’ll start to explore the city in the morning.
We have a walking food tour booked. I hope there’s no rain!
Have any if my readers got an hints for Quebec?
10 thoughts on “Bonjour Quebec”
New day – new city! Looking forward to hearing about the food tour!
My son and daughter in law were married there in 2012. The Chateaux Frontenac used to have a guided tour with great anecdotal stories about all their famous guests. They claim Churchill and FDR met in the bar to plan D Day (although that might be an urban legend.) There’s a small boutique hotel near the church and museum where we `stayed: Le Priori. The walk around the city walls to the Citadel is enjoyable if the weather’s nice.
Looks cold. Can’t wait to see what you get up to next. Bx🤩
What a treat to be staying at The Fairmont Frontenac! Looks absolutely luxurious.
I meant to add …… loved your descriptions and photos around NYC, especially finding the music bar. Isn’t the West Village a fantastic place to stay.
Looks like you are having a fabulous time Fran.Enjoy
Quebec .Happy Easter
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Thanks Maggie. Happy Easter to you and the family.
Easter greetings – may the bunny find you and Steve!
Thanks Lynne. I think he will. Steve was carrying a big bag after his battle fields walk!
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