Comfort Inn Levis
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Travel Blogs from Levis
... 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 ...
... a bit later, but I was keen to keep dancing so went back upstairs and befriended a group of ladies on the dance floor and proceeded to dance the night away with them! I had a blast, and really enjoyed the music the DJ was playing. At one stage dancing to "I come from a land down under!" ;-) The ugly lights came on around 3am and I found Carl and Celia. We said goodbye to Celia and Carl and I walked back to the Chateau and got ready for bed around 4am! What a fun ...
... in Montreal the next day, when I arrive.With the afternoon at our leisure Stephan and myself get back on the clicking and ticking trail... we head to La Citadel. Now as this is still an opperational base of Canada's Royal 22s (know as the Van Doos, from the French for 22, vingt-deux) you can only look around via an one hour guided tour for security reasons etc.
This Citadel is apparently the largest fort in North America and sits inside the fortified walls of Quebec city ...
... Banff Springs.
The Château Frontenac was named in honour of Louis de Buade, Count of Frontenac, who was governor of the colony of New France from 1672-1682 and 1689-1698. This hotel holds the Guinness World Record of the most photographed hotel in the world and I believe cause I took ALOT of pics of it too!
In front of the Chateau is the Dufferin Terrace, great views. From here I found this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed