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, ...
... lots of people out rollerblading, walking, pushing strollers etc.
Once we were in Quebec City there was one main road that lead right down to the old city. The street was tree lined with beautiful old homes. In Quebec there are lots of beautiful (mostly Catholic) churches. A common roofing material is a kind of sheet metal that almost looks like tin foil. Some places paint this red and others leave it silver. Sometimes ...
... 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 ...
Ahh, Quebec! I admit this charming city seduced me from the first moment I arrived. I left my hotel and went out in search of dinner, as I walked down the cobblestone street past countless French bistros I came to a small square and the amazing Chateau Frontenac. This hotel is apparently the most photographed hotel in the world and I could see why. It stood on the edge of the upper old town, it's castle like design dominating the skyline. I walked to the edge of ...
... bit of a hike to the Information centre, but I found it ok, and got some information on bus tours of Quebec and also a tourist guide.
I met Jen and Barbara back at their rooms, and we had a look at the brochures on tours and decided against taking a bus tour today. The tourist guide had a detailed walking tour called "Inside the Walls" in it, so we decided to give this a go. We headed back out and picked up the tour just inside ...