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 ...
... opportunity in Quebec, we drove past the University and were proudly shown the building where the American guides wife is based as one of the teaching staff and where all courses are taught in French although English is offered as a second language course! And then a drive past the homes of the residents of Quebec. The tour Director as many that we have encountered in Canada was enthusiastic and well versed in the history of the area. ...
... been in lately have-- maybe because they don't offer the kind of discount to keep their RVs there fulltime -- maybe they do not even permit it, come to think I saw a sign on the one in PEI mentioning coming in 2014 seasonals so maybe that's true. At the one park we stayed at on the Saint Lawrence a few days back, the one for sale, I think he charged something like $1200 for the year.
... to eat. And then she bought subway cookies. I am so getting fat.
But during the whole process, despite being cold and tired. I feel very happy and well-fed.
So I plucked toothpicks out of 3 tubs of chicken. Finally I am done! :D Satisfied with my work.
While plucking, I felt like a dentist ( I know this is childish). But I wonder if it is a similar feeling, when plucking out teeth, the reason why dentists have to shake and twist ...
We had lunch at a local Sugar Shack (Cabane A Sucre) where we tasted traditional Quebecois fare - Maple Syrup. It seems to be added to almost everything and is one of Canada's most popular exports. We were shown both the old and new ways to tap the sap.
We stopped at a Sainte-Anne-de-la-Perade, a popular Ice Fishing village where in winter, hundreds of small cabins are moved out onto the frozen Sainte-Anne River. Complete with Power and ...