Montreal to Quebec City; Dec 19-21, 2016, Day 3

Dec 21: Quebec City to Montreal

We slept in until almost 7:00.  I went to the in-hotel Starbucks and got coffee, hot chocolate, and some muffins.

Back in the room, we had pop-tarts, a holdover from dinner the night before, with the hot drinks.


The kids had never had pop-tarts prior to this trip.  They’re fans.

We lounged for a bit, packed, and decided to head home.

We drove out, snapping a few winter pictures of our hotel.  The kids were ready for Christmas and we looked forward to returning to our pine-needle infused living room.


The Frontenac, as seen from the bottom of the hill.


We left Quebec a bit early because E was eager to get back to her trains under the tree.

Trip Favorites:

J: Toboggan ride

K: Pop-tarts with both chocolate icing and chocolate filling

Z: Toboggan ride

A: Toboggan ride

E: Toboggan ride

About Jimmy

The stories herein are about a sentimental 80s child who cried at every showing of ET (the sad part where he was lying in the wash) and his families, then and now. His wife, son, parents, and siblings play their parts well. They have their exits and their entrances. Sometimes their exits are sad, but not as sad as ET.
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1 Response to Montreal to Quebec City; Dec 19-21, 2016, Day 3

  1. inkline says:

    Pop tarts? Maybe one of the two chai lattes you bought me. Or that nap. Or the alone-walk to the little shop for bread and cheese. The Christmas lights were delightful on that walk. Or that peaceful, gorgeous sunrise – up until breakfast was in motion and orange juice was threatening to spill on the delicate table decorations. 😉

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