Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We visited other notable attractions to numerous to mention and, after four hours of walking up and down hills it was time to head back to the bus. My toe with the bone spur has had enough. We arrived at the ship dock about 230pm. Had lunch and then relaxed and played in the Casino until the evening entertainment commenced at 745pm. After the entertainment it was bedtime. "All In" as they would say in the ...
... from a dinner in town and went to bed, I packed a bag and headed to a local hotel where I had booked 2 nights ensuring that my day off was well removed from my workplace giving the owners no chance to come into contact with me. I couldn't wipe the smile from my face as I spread out into a large room all my own. Stuffing myself with wine and snacks, I was so giddy I found myself dancing around until the morning hours. Steven joined me the following morning as he was also ...
... of Abraham.
History of Quebec City
Founded as a trading post in 1608 by French explorer Samuel de Champlain, located on cliffs that provided an impenetrable fortress above the St. Lawrence River. The river gave the new settlement a deep water port, and the cliffs the ability to protect ships. The settlement became a growing base for trade and exploration of the new area. The city expanded the only way it ...
Had a 10.30 run today but thankfully it's been a bit cooler. Ate breakfast at more or less lunchtime, then Claire's friend Fabien arrived from France - six of us in the house now, very lively! Had a great talk with mum Jane and Nanny this morning (bon anniversaire!) Went to the outdoor swimming pool and attempted a bit of water polo before giving in and sunbathing. Had a yummy creme fraiche and samon bagel and some ...
... perfect fortress.
Having seen most of the walled part of the Old City last night we followed a walking tour found in one of the tourist brochures guiding us around some of the surrounding neighbourhoods. The walk took us down one of the nearly 30 wooden staircases that connect upper and lower Quebec City. There are a number of impressive frescos about the city painted on otherwise mundane walls or bridge supports.
By this time the bad weather that had been ...