The day started bright and early at the bus stop . We had to head up to Cambridge to pick up our rental car.
It was a loooong day day of driving, but it went by quickly because of the scenery…
We had planned to stop for lunch in Canada, but because we were a delayed in getting on the road, we got hungry and ended up stopping in a little town in Vermont called Newton. We had a fabulous meal with a wonderful view
Matt and I split a Trout Rivers Ale. The first sip tasted just like vacation. It had a classic amber ale flavor with a smooth finish.
I ordered Grandpa’s Garden, which was grilled portobello, roasted red peppers, and zucchini with provolone on tomato focaccia bread.
We arrived at Le Chateau Frontenac around 7 and explored for a bit!!!!
I’m always in charge of navigation, so I plotted a route for us to walk to dinner.
We were very ready for a brew, so we stopped at a little pub to get the evening started.
I had a Canadian Blonde beer (name on the glass). It was good, but a little generic.
The we moved on to the adorable patio of restaurant SSS. I ordered a glass of french red, which was delightful.
We ordered a sun-dried tomato, bacon, and chive spread and polished it off with an entire bucket of crusty french bread.
Our waiter recommended we try the spicy local cod with a garlic lemon aioli, so we went with it. The aioli was the best part!
After dinner, we decided to call it a night because it was nearing 12 and we were exhausted from the trek. This morning, we are headed out in the rain to look for a bistro for breakfast and sight see before our afternoon food tour of the city. Have a good Saturday!