Comfort Inn Levis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... him. See, I still did not want to be alone.
I ended up having a really nice quiet time. I was able to focus on the words (sometimes my mind wanders) and I was able to pray and listen. I wish I could tell you that it made everything better and I was suddenly filled with a peace that surpassed any depression that I was feeling. I can't. But I can say that I was able to grasp onto some truth. First off, ...
... Tortiere which is like a hamburger pie covered in gravy (look out cholesterol). After a quick lunch, I was back on the Trans Canada again.
I travelled for a while and then passed through a construction zone. Suddenly I came upon some workers jack hammering right on the Center line so I veered to the left side of the lane, eased off the throttle and flashed my brake lights to indicate to the semi behind me ...
... hiccup. Then we did the On Deck for the Cure 5km
walk for breast cancer. Thirteen laps of the deck, a good workout and lots of
fun. We needed to do something with all these extra calories!
Tripped off to Pub Trivia very
confident and bombed out big time. Oh well. On to dinner then met Garry and
Sherry (the shaggers) for drinks in the Piano Bar. They made ...
... feet ached every day. But, it's a beautiful place to walk...lots of green parks, cobblestone streets, little alleys with artisan crafts...just gorgeous.
And yes, let's just say it...the French know how to eat. Ohmygod...the food was really yummy. My favourite thing to do was to go to the market, buy some fresh bread, fresh cheese, and a bottle of wine and FEAST...
I know, low carb, low fat...I'm on it ;)
... had a completely different logo as to not completely clash with the surroundings.
I spent the rest of the morning and afternoon viewing the main parts of Quebec including Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (the fairytale looking hotel), La Citadelle and the fortifications. I paid visit to Basilique-Cathedrale Notre-Dame-de-Quebec. Although I had no interest in it religiously or spiritually it was still great to be inside such an incredible piece of design and even more so to ...