Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walked to the lookout and the bridge right on top of the falls. Very spectacular view! It is 83 metres high...30 metres higher than Niagara Falls. We had a terrible bus driver....when turning out on the road he scraped the bottom several times and then entered the car park where buses were not allowed and had a big fight with attendant! After completing the tour we walked through old Quebec City and found a lovely spot for lunch...I ...
... for some reason he still sweats... No matter how cold it is... Bit of a strange kid.
We checked out the rest of town, strolled through some Christmas markets and watched people iceskating anywhere there was ice. The whole city is walled with massive stone walls. It's like being inside a castle. Food in Quebec is expensive but delicious. The bread is yellow and strange, but the bagels are delicious, and as long as we avoid cheese (Canada cheese is terrible), the food is ...
... I could barely see. Reading road signs while in motion was extremely difficult. Sitting on the bike underneath an overpass, soaking wet right through, I searched for a place to sleep. I must have been quite the sight coming up to the front desk. Once checked in, the process of drying began. I ran the room's HVAC unit in heating mode for a while, then in cooling mode so I could actually be in there. I knew that there were going to be ...
Great fireworks last night near the Chateau Frontenac for the celebration of Quebec City. On deck today: Beginning of the music festival. We thought Wiz Kalifa might be too much for the kids so we have opted for Nick Waterhouse. I haven't heard of him, but its a good thing that my having heard of a musician is not a criterion for selecting the shows we will see this week. Apart from the music this evening we will have to find some other trouble to get ...
... woods. Here we were given a talk on how you make maple syrup from tapping the tree until it is bottled on the shelf. it was really interesting. It is not the right time of year for maple sugar to be collected so we are looking forward to visiting a farm closer to us when it is in production.
This is where we had lunch and we were entertained by a lovely french man who played music, sung and got everyone up dancing. it reminded me a bit of a place in ...