Comfort Inn & Suites Saint-Nicolas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... me that there is no way that I could have gotten all the way to the Confed bridge having installed the hitch wrong that day, and he agreed with the CAA guy that it must have been the nut on the coupler that had just jiggled loose and chose that moment to allow the coupler to give way.
Today was a perfect day. Nothing broke, there were no "firsts", no incidents, no wind, no almost running out of gas, no problem finding the RV Park. So ...
... include a parade featuring early folklore, music and dance. Quebec is the birthplace of Circ de Solae and we managed to catch a glimpse of the graduating classes performance. This was followed by a laser show featuring a number of films projected onto the silos at the port in Lower Town and finished off with fireworks over the harbour.
We have two nights at the Fairmont Frontenac so it was nice to unpack our bags instead of living out or the ...
Quebec has been experiencing a serious heat wave. I'm sure that temps have been pushing the 90s. On Tuesday we returned to Lac Simon for a blue sky day at the beach. It was beautiful there -- cooler than in the city and the water is really clear. We stopped at a fromagerie on the way back to buy some cheese and have an ice cream. Today, Wednesday, it was still a scorcher. ...
... hotel in the world and for good reason. It is beautiful. Tonight happens to be the final night of the Quebec Music Festival and Stevie Wonder is performing. The music drifts over the river and I can sit out on the balcony and listen while gazing at the city lights. It is perfection!
In Pat Conroy's novel Beach Music, the main character is living in Italy and simply wakes up each morning and walks down ...
... on the way home and we relaxed for a few hours before an early dinner at one of the oldest houses in the city, l’Ancienne Canadienne. The house, Maison Jaquet was built in 1676 and it’s been a restaurant since 1966. It’s in the heart of the old town, just around the corner from where we are staying. While it’s expensive, they have a specials menu which is very reasonable and includes a starter of soup, a dessert, a main course ...