Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... into our luggage.
We went off the island, back over the bridge and along a bit further to the Falls of Montmorency. These falls are apparently actually higher than Niagara but not so wide. We caught the gondola up to the top and were able to walk across the bridge at the top of the falls. A marvelous sight.
It was back into the city now passing Dominic’s office, through the part of the city he lives and into a fabulous little Thai restaurant ...
... to climb along the divide between old and new. Urban hiking at its best with interesting architecture to look at, massive stone bridges crossing over the boulevards that were once the gates into this fortified city and stunning views out to the St. Lawrence and the mountains to the north. We definitely got a workout; both of us had sore calf muscles the next day. Bustling city on west side, ancient refurbished homes, offices, shops ...
... during the battle do Quebec in 1759. 15. Hotel d Esplanade: many of the windows in the facade facing Rue St-Louise are blocked by stone. This is because houses were once taxed by the number of windows they had. 16. Site of Winter Carnaval: the 17 day Carnaval de Quebec happens every February. They have started with the ice sculptures, although fences are keeping tourists out. 17. Hotel du Parlement: constructed in 1884. There is a lot of statues all ...
... an included history tour..bonus...we had tossed up whether or not to do a historical walking tour but there were none offered for free and two paid walking tours was a little out of our budget at a hefty $50 per head (and we werent giving up the food tour) so this just worked out perfectly. Our first stop happened to be a historical one rather than food but we didnt mind as what we learnt was quite interesting. We stopped at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the first Anglican Cathedral ...
On the road for seventeen days now and we're in the sixth province of Quebec (5000.00 kms). It feels like another country here. It's interesting how all the signs only have to be in french.. We are happy that the humidity is lower here. Everything felt so damp for the last two provinces; the worst of it was sleeping in dampish sheets.We find now that when we're in the more populated provinces we can't find the off the beaten path, private (our own) campsites. We ...