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, ...
... Fort Museum where they have some sort of multi media show about the battle on the Plains of Abraham but before we did that we walked around a bit and stopped at a sidewalk cafe for lunch. Actually it was a sort of narrow lane where artists were selling their paintings. Bob had a croque monsieur and and I had poutine. Afterwards Bob suggested a horse and carriage tour. Our driver was Francois and the horse was named Jack. T he ...
... 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 ...
... of the mill in 1927 led the desertion of the entire village, which ended up a ghost town. It took about an hour to get there and I arrived around 9. Bought my ticket and the next bus was leaving at 9:20. Unfortunately the tour was all in French, but it was nice to get an overview of the site before going for a walk around. The bus dropped us off at the Mill 15 minutes later and I wandered to the lookout at the foot of the Ouiatchouan waterfall to get some pictures ...
... way, there wasn't much we could do about it, so we just sucked it up. We wandered the cobble stoned streets for a while, finding everything very impressive and beautiful. We went on a statue hunt for my friend Lynn, and took a picture of a man named Herbert who had the first apothocary in Canada (Lynn, we'll post the photo, and you can tell us if we're right!!!).
After our photo filled day in Quebec City, we decided it was time ...