Howard Johnson Quebec City
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... at St Patrick's Irish Pub on rue Saint-Jean for a drink.
We then headed up the road to Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral to watch the celebrations of the 350th year anniversary of the Cathedral. A Cardinal from the Vatican presided over the proceedings. Unfortunately we did not have an invitation to join the congregation but were able to view the event via the magic of technology, a la, a large screen outside the church and loud speakers. It was ...
... wine. We were taken to our table in prime position by the window...getting here early had clearly paid off. The maitreade explained the trilliology concept to us in details. I decided I was to have the lamb based menu while Rox chose the fish option. For our first drinks Rox chose a blueberry infused champagne while I went with a locally brewed Quebecois beer. We sipped on these and commented how we felt like fish out of water going from hostels, hastily prepared pasta ...
... a revolving restaurant which might still be there for all I know but I'm not aware its open anymore. L'Astral restaurant is on the top of the Loews Concorde hotel in Quebec, its housed on top of a round viewing platform and looks like it was built sometime in the 70's. The view from your table though is nothing short of spectacular as you look across the old part of Quebec City, ...
... to the Montmorency Falls, which Balti had recommended I see. That was lovely to be out on the open water again, and I got a great view of the city. It also gave me clear perspective on how the 1759 battle for Quebec City took place when I saw a show on it at the Musee Du Fort the following day. The big island in the gulf, Il d'Orleans, is nine kilometres long, and is linked to the mainland now by the big suspension bridge you'll see in the photo I took. It was used as a base ...
... feet, Montmorency is 98 feet higher than Niagara. The remnants of earthen forts built by British General Wolfe are located in the eastern portion of the park. They were constructed in 1759. The landings below Quebec City were repulsed by French General Montcalm at Montmorency Falls, costing the British 440 soldiers. Ultimately a successful assault was launched when Wolfe made a surprise attack by climbing the cliffs below ...