Econo Lodge

208 Route Kennedy, Levis, Quebec, G6V 9J6, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 208 Route Kennedy, Levis, is near Quartier du Petit Champlain, Terrasse Dufferin, Quebec - Levis Ferry, and Breakneck Steps (L'Escalier Casse-Cou).
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Levis

The not so good day

A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 17, 2013


... were real. Depression is not always circumstantial and so just because I was not burdened with responsibilities, did not mean I was not allowed to be burdened in general. Second, while my feelings were real, they did not have to be my 'reality'. In other words, I do not have to live out those feelings and let it dictate my day. The truth is I am not alone. The truth is I am loved and loved deeply. Whatever loneliness ...

Au Quebec

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on May 27, 2013

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... was workers present. Suddenly I felt a pushing sensation and looked right to see the semi overtaking me. I accelerated and watched as the semi started to take out the highway pilons. By the time I cleared the construction area and got pulled over, I was a mile away from the truck. I checked my bike and realized that my tie down strap was broken on my saddle bag. Thinking that was the only damage to my bike and ...

Introduction to French Canada

A travel blog entry by natsully on Oct 19, 2011

... recommend Quebec City for a couple of days. I did a cute little city tour that went out to the Orleans Island and the waterfall park...and that was a definite highlight...I was lucky to be there in fall, and I can honestly say - the leaves just aren't the same anywhere else in the world. Watching people tapping for maple as the leaves fall around them is magical.

I love fall...and this is a great place to enjoy the colours.


A travel blog entry by colinchipchase on May 07, 2010

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... to do it alone as it appeared to be a tourist-free zone. I treated myself to a beanie hat from, not surprisingly, a hat shop (well it is meant to be cold in Canada). Inside I was struck by the resemblance of the shop owner to one of the awful regulars at Bar 42 back in Newcastle, to the point where I considered asking him for a photo. Instead I briefly chatted to a young girl named something like Sevra(?) and her boyfriend although I forget where they were from. Turns out she was ...

Entering 'foreign' territory

A travel blog entry by wendyandbrian on Oct 02, 2009

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... is simply no English. A little intimidating! We now felt like a minority; made me realize (perhaps to a small degree) of what it must be like to be a new immigrant. Stopping at a Tim Horton’s for a quick bite, the feeling was reinforced - the cashiers spoke a broken English; we were completely engulfed in a world of oral French.

With the help of GPS ‘Jenny’, we located our B&B in Levis, Quebec - (Villa Beau Sejours) - our ...