Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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... to Le cirque and it's performers.
12. Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity: built in 1804 and was the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside of the British Isles.
13. Ursuline Convent: built in 1642. The founder of the convent Marie de I'Incarnation. There is a statue of her out the front. The convent is now a private girls school.
14. Cannonball: lodged in the base of the truck of a tree. One story says that the cannonball landed ...
... s friend, is completely bilingual but seems to prefer swear words in English... Both Remi and Eric are keen to improve their English so I envisage spending some time helping them. Especially as Remi says he has found the afternoon quite boring sometimes, as from 1 to 7ish there isn't normally work to do and there's not much in the local area. Intend to make the most of the time by running/ walking and working on my French, but it does ...
... On the way out I slipped on the stone steps. Since I had the camera around my wrist and was trying to protect it I fell very awkwardly (as opposed to falling gracefully) and ended up hurting both of my ankles but mostly the left one. Bob turned around and I was in a crumpled heap at the bottom. He helped me over to cafe and we had a chocolate dipped ice cream cone. But not like DQ. The chocolate was super thick. After my fall ...
On Wednesday the 18
of July I arrive in Quebec City. This is somehow the ultimate place for my memories of the past. I lived here from 1994 to 2002, but the last time I came here was in 2004. How is the city now for me? How are my friends?
I had the chance to visit many friends and I was always so nicely welcomed that I can only say : thank you so much everybody.
In the few days in Quebec, I met ...
The sun is out and it’s going to be a really nice day today. We are going to drive a little way out of the city to the Basilica of St. Anne de Beaupre and then visit the Montmorency Falls and it was a wonderful day for it!
St. Anne de Beaupre has been the site of many healing miracles dating back to 1658 when a man was healed of crippling back pain when he came to help build the church to be dedicated to St. Anne. The Basilica is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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