Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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... retired to watch television, we stood on the bow and watched the sunset dramatically make its decent casting the most beautiful hues of yellows, oranges, pinks, Oh Canada!
A full week has slipped by as we press onward, full steam ahead. 80 plus miles everyday through the lingering springtime rain and fog, bringing an earlier departure each day and a workday that seems to last forever. Each day is muddled into the next, so much so that the crew doesn’t know the ...
... but things are looking good even though we will be on a much larger ship. The weather tomorrow looks like it will cooperate, but the weather is looking positively terrible for Wednesday -- this is the day we were supposed to visit Lake Jean. Instead we may spend the day in Saguenay and hit a few more museums. The kids are getting very wary of museums at this point -- they may have hit the saturation point. Wish us ...
... kids did a zip line thing that was part of the kids area, we hit the farmers market and headed back up to the apartment. That was enough for me it was hot here today -- probably near 90. Tonight we will head out to see a boy band (they look about 12) and then a Canadian rock band called The Balconies. Tomorrow, we may take a short drive ...
... There was supposed to be a cat sanctuary there that is now inhabited by wildlife, but I couldn’t see any animals anywhere! After that we went to the mint, where we had a very informative and amusing tour of how coins were made, though the machines weren’t running while we were there, but we could at least see them from above, and there were some videos. I was also given a limited edition, brand new $2 coin in my change for the ticket! This mint didn’t make ...
... Iraq. All of this was recounted most entertainingly and most passionately. This was a woman with a huge amount of depth.
Marie-Jorge is a lifelong resident of Quebec City, and she summed up the city's feel succinctly - if you want to go somewhere and be a number, you can go to the big cities (like Montreal). But if you want to be valued as an individual, you stay in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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