Grand Times Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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"Let's go to Quebec City for the day!", I tell Mario one night, while he is on holidays. He argued that 3 hours to drive there was far for just one day. No, I argued, we do it all the time when we travel. Yeah, but that's when we are travelling, he replied, it's different. How is it any different now - I think it would be even easier than when we travel, since we'll have our own car, we can pack a picnic, we are not at the mercy of ...
... on the beginner slop at the end of the day and they showed good skill and control. Matthew was more concerned with speed than skill, but that was to be expected I guess! :-) Home for showers and a rest before a nice dinner again. -17c in the city tonight so even getting from the hotel to the restaurant around the corner was a seriously cold experience....brrrrrrrr! All 3 hit the sack and by 9:15 are all sleeping and snoring soundly whilst I write this ...
We arrived in Quebec City in the late morning. We dropped off the trailer and decided to take a chance and drive the car into the city because it isn't extremely large. The going was good and our GPS got us into town within 10-15 minutes. We immediately spotted a parking lot with a few empty spaces so we turned in and were parked without any problem. We decided to do a self guided walking tour through the ...
... over the falls. There is also a manor house nearby that the Duke of Kent, Queen Victoria's father, owned and stayed at for a few years.
After that we had a brief stop at a copper embossing factory/store to shop at (which the cruise line gets a cut from the sales). Finally, we drove along a very scenic roadway to the Saint Anne Cathedral. It has a beautiful setting with the trees turning colour and the church ...
... a track built into the side of the cliff. You had fabulous views of the colourful streets below in Place Royale, and right across the St Lawrence River to the town of Levis on the opposite shore. It only costs $2:25 and took but a couple of minutes. If that seems a bit steep (pardon the pun) then you can use your own two legs to walk down over 100 steps and then down a steep road to river level. Either way, you'll p*********** lot of delightful shops, galleries, ...