Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After an early night the kiddies were up at 7am. It didn't help that the sun rose at about 4:30am! We got dressed in warmer than usual clothes, had some rice bubbles then went in search of a croissant for Samuel. Once outside we quickly realised that the internet doesn't know everything and that it was much warmer than we expected. At the bakery I was keen to try out my french and ordered perfectly. The woman behind the counter knew exactly what I ...
... all round! After collecting our bag of freebies I bumped into Valerie which was lovely, before trying to find Diane and Jacques. Turns out they saw me finish but missed the girls haha! We then went straight to a concert put on by the cadets of Québec, of which all the family are members, which was very enjoyable. Had a French-themed lunch of bread, cheese and wine which went down very well, and now we're all heading for a siesta as ...
... to all lit up which was gorgeous, as was the city lit up at night. We finished the day in a local bar called the Barberie, and played Uno with two packs of normal playing cards and some very dodgy rules, but I won the first game so it's all good! Such a great day. The six pf us get on so well, I'm going to miss them all! Feel so at home here and have made some amazing memories! Quelle journée! J'adore les ...
Ahh, Quebec! I admit this charming city seduced me from the first moment I arrived. I left my hotel and went out in search of dinner, as I walked down the cobblestone street past countless French bistros I came to a small square and the amazing Chateau Frontenac. This hotel is apparently the most photographed hotel in the world and I could see why. It stood on the edge of the upper old town, it's castle like design dominating the skyline. I walked to the edge of ...
... walking around and having a look at the other sights in Old Town including the boardwalk, Fairmont Chateau Frontenac, Notre Dame and the university.
Eventually I met up with the girls again lining up at the free Cirque du Soleil show at 8pm. It was located under two highway bridges in an open arena and seemed like an odd outdoor setup. There was an amassing crowd and we waited for 30 minutes before the doors opened and we all rushed into get a vantage point. It ...