Home again, home again

All good things come to an end, and so did our trip to Vieux-Québec. It will feel good to be back home again and sleeping in our bed, but the break was an excellent chance to see the beautiful city and recharge our batteries.

The plan was to have an early breakfast at the hotel then get on the road. Things didn’t turn out quite that way. Between busloads of students and the Pee Wee hockey tournament, the hotel’s restaurant was full and people were lined up down the stairs and into the lobby to get a table.

Off to Cosmos, we went. We’d eaten there before, and their breakfast was good. The bonus was the lack of line up for food. Things changed quickly though after we arrived. People who were tired of waiting at the hotel joined us.

I had my phone with me, so after we finished eating, I took on the ice slide outside the restaurant. By now there was a lot of sandy snow on its surface which made it difficult to get moving. But as you can see, I did.

I even struck a pose afterwards.

We got Buddy all settled into his place in the backseat where he can look out the window, and we were off.

The stats for today weren’t worth getting excited over. I beat my daily step goal but compared to the previous days; I couldn’t consider myself an over-achiever.



4 thoughts on “Home again, home again”

  1. Why on earth would anybody put sand on an ice slide?
    Only in Quebec, they say!
    And I thought Buddy would travel in a cage, tsk, tsk, tsk!
    Enjoyed experiencing your trip from the warmth of our den.
    Thank you, Melanie.

  2. Dear Melanie,
    It is always good to have Plan B restaurant when Plan A restaurant has a line from there to the ends of the earth and beyond. It was fun watching you go down the slide and strike your pose!

    Never Give Up

  3. It’s amazing what gets tracked off people’s boots. 🙂 With the sidewalks being the mess they were in, I’m surprised there wasn’t more guck on it.

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