Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We docked at 6am...and had to be out at 7am.... Last time we wandered around town so today we decided to take the tour around the Ile of Orleans and to see the Montmorency falls! What a great idea! Quebec is so full of history and beauty. The Chateau Frontenac is the prominent building you see from the sea and it is magnificent! There are 3 rivers flowing into the city. The city was first populated by the Native Americans and they ...
... monks from France in 1615. 2nd monument; Monument to Samuel de Champlain. Who founded Quebec in 1608.
10. Basilique Notre-Dame: the Basilica dates back to 1647. The golden interior is ornate. Just next door is an all white inner courtyard of the historic.
11. Hotel-de-Ville (City Hall): to left of City hall is Edifice Price, Old City's tallest building at 18 stories built in 1929. Just across the road from city hall is a small statue celebrating the ...
... participating numbers and sang lots of his best hits. He dedicated the concert to the families of Lac Magantique and the family of Trayvon Martin. He later offered to come back to Quebec to play a charity concert for the folks of Lac Magantique. There was a lot that was political about his concert, and I could really tell the difference between being at a concert where all the music was being played live and comparing to others where much ...
... over and we had a visit. We also talked to a couple from London who had spent time in Calgary.
This is another campground where people seem to come for the season and put up decks, sparkly lights and plant flowers. Many sites also have golf carts or ATV's. There was one setup that was a large site with lots of chairs, decks, lights, etc. It had a sign saying "Slow - Grandparents at ...
... where it will eventually melt. Our first stop was on the Ile d'Orleans which is an island connected to the mainland by a suspension bridge. The island is primarily used for agriculture for the city. There were some stunning early traditional homes on the island. We stopped at the local chocolate factory and then made our way to the Montmorency falls. The falls were just stunning. Part of the falls had frozen over in the winter as had ...