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 ...
... built on the top of a very high cliff as is Quebec City, so stairs awaited us to reach town. The kids ran their stairs; Abe and I had run in the morning, followed by 398 stairs to reach the top of the cliff in Quebec City through the Plains of Abraham, so we were shagging on these stairs. There must have been at least 100. Stairs ought to be featured on all the t-shirts for these towns. Lunch was good, well priced and we ordered well. We split three dishes and then departed to ...
I am taking my flight from Quebec airport and transfer to Newark (EWR) towards San Francisco (SFO). Total flight: 9h18
I'm trying to finish my immersion of 8 weeks. For my second part, I decided to study in San Francisco (Ec San Francisco) for only 2 weeks where I'll stay in a young ...
... 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!!
... the hill <--- should come as no surprise to people who know me. Unfortunately, while trying to find an alternative route up, we ended up walking further and further downhill. Finally, we unwittingly reached the Cap-Blanc staircase, Québec City's longest staircase built out of wood in 1868. Ordinarily, my wife would have to suffer my complaining at this point. But she ...