Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... giving us lots of information. Quebec was founded by the French in 1604. . They found the river an excellent spot for trading. The British came in 1759 and under James Wolf they defeated the French at the Plains of Abraham or Battlefield Park. Many of Wolfs soldiers were from Scotland. St Andrews Presbyterian Church was built in 1759 for the troops. Quebec is predominantly French Speaking - it was easier for the ...
... treated with respect here. next the people came from Normandy and Britany and you can see the brick houses with steep roofs that influenced that era. In 1608 the French dominated the city which was the oldest permanent city on the continent. In 1759 the British took over winning the war on the plains of Abraham. They had lots of money in those days and were heavily into logging! The natives chose sides...Huron Indians sided with ...
... city with no hotel reservations I beat it over to Timmies and used their WIFI to book a motel. That left me free to explore old Quebec city and of course take photo's. I really enjoyed myself seeing all of the great buildings once again. last time I was in Quebec City was with a friend and we drove his MG to Quebec. My first stickshift experience!
Tomorrow I have one stopover in Trois-Rivieres - Our Lady of the Cape Shrine and then continue home.
... things like presenting a chest hair to someone in the audience. It sounds bad, but in the context it was hilarious. So far, it seems that there is something exciting around every corner in this place. The summer festival adds a great deal -- I can't believe the quality and amount of the street theater here. We have been constantly amused and awed by the performers. Today we might check out a flea market in St. Foy. Tonight ...
... We trundled off the ship all bundled up like we were going skiing. I was ever so glad I'd brought a warm vest, scarf and gloves! We spent the day enjoying the Chateau Frontenac (ok so it's old and musty), the darling little shops with surprisingly reasonably priced treasures, watching the horse drawn carriages (and smelling...) walking 'the city wall' ( yes, this place WAS worth defending!). Then we also went to Lapin Sauté which ...