Le Grande-Allee Hotel and Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... and the views were amazing. Long runs so only managed 3 trips up and down before the 1 1/2 hr lessons were finished and I met everyone for lunch. All super excited, the instructor had taken them up the mountain but they didn't like him as he shouted at them! We did a couple more runs together on the beginner slope then Matthew took me up the mountain to show me what he could do - kamikaze springs to mind as he hurtled down the mountain in a ...
... the Montmorency Falls . The falls, at 84 meters (275 ft) high and 46 meters (150 ft) wide, are the highest in the province of Quebec and 30 meters (98 ft) higher than Niagara Falls. The basin at the foot of the falls is 17 meters (56 ft) deep. The falls are at the mouth of the Montmorency River where it drops over the cliff shore into the Saint Lawrence River. The spray from the falls freezes in winter beside the falls and provides a venue for ice climbers. ...
... so a simple walk around town was hopefully going to burn some significant calories and help us to work up a significant appetite for our food tour later this afternoon. After dissembarking the boat we headed left and walked up the very steep staircase to the Terrasse de Levis. This small terrace courtyard provided unobstructed views of Quebec City and the St Lawrence River, not unsimiliar to those we had from the ferry except we were no longer moving and we were slightly further ...
... just a few metres from the B&B, and found a Scottish Presbyterian one with lovely stained glass windows. Then it was down to the other end of the street to try something I'd been promising myself I'd do since the first day I arrived, and that was have a meal at the aux Anciens Canadiens restaurant, housed in the Maison Jacquet, which has a history dating back to 1675. The site was granted to the builder, Francois Jacquet, by the nuns of the nearby Ursuline Convent. It ...
... our timing for our visit was not great as most places were “Fermé”. Things had shut down for the season to be reopened again in May 2013 (Tant pis pour nous!). Our drive throughout the island was gorgeous though – the rural pastoral landscape contrasted by the Laurentian mountains on one side and the Saint Lawrence – stunning!
We also made a stop at Sainte-Anne-de Beaupré to visit ...