Comfort Inn & Suites Saint-Nicolas
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We all slept much better and tearing down camp was not near as painful as it was in the 90 degrees and scorching sun of Maine. Once we got everything packed up we headed back to Parc des Chutes for a picnic lunch and our longer hike. We ended up spending a lot more time than we had planned, mainly because we stopped a lot along the path. I decided we could never conquer any type of lengthy hike because ...
... which we all agreed was the best we'd ever had. The town was so small that this was really all there was; we walked past a catholic monastery on the way back to the ferry and departed around 2:30pm. Returning to Quebec City, we walked through the Family Place set up for the music festival which changes the features in the tents every 2-3 days. We got to see some really huge bugs made of recyclable materials which were really artistic and cool. There was also a place ...
... Mike's it's a block and a half away he tells us as we headed up the remaining few stairs to street level and were met with a wall of water, drops the size of quarters and very large puddles! (Good thing that I was talked into buying a rain poncho ;) ~ t) After waiting for a few min for it to slow and watching another family make a run for the hotel where Starbucks might still be open to wait out what should be a short storm as its raining far too heavily to ...
... birthday dinner before we drove back into town.
Every night over the summer they have a sound and light show in downtown Quebec. Like in Ottawa, the projection is against a building, this time being the silos on the wharf and it told the roundabout story of the history of the region with pictures instead of words. The sound effects weren’t great and it was hard to follow the storyline, but the way they used the silos as candles, piano keys, guitar frets ...
... safe and uneventful trip. No pictures as I haven't figured that one out yet - tomorrow.
Special love to the McKenzies and MacLeods; we miss you and are hoping you enjoy your holiday Monday.
Tomorrow, we are heading to Kingston to catch up with Liz, Brent and Christopher, and will be in Whitby on Tuesday afternoon.
PS Just heard our first train - we're on the main line between Montreal and Quebec City - should be a nice quiet night!!