Howard Johnson Quebec City
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... bust of the Sun King, Louis XIV, we took a brief stroll through Sous-Le-Cap--a 3m-wide alley that was the former red-light district--before hiking our way back up and through Upper Town to the Grand Allee. There we took shelter under one of the hundreds of patio umbrellas and read while sipping Gin & Tonics.
Properly refreshed, we headed for the Plains of Abraham, the large park where we saw the fireworks on our first night and that commemorates ...
At Lavaltrie, the houses on the river bank were very substantial, while the houses on the other side were smaller or were farmhouses. The sun was out for much of the morning.
We stopped for lunch at Trois Rivieres at a park on the river bank. Sun was out but it was cold (10 degrees Celsius) and the wind had a bite to it. In the town, some houses had outside stairs to the top floor apartments (2 and 3 storeys). Their letterboxes were at ...
... chap from Montreal was a wealth of information and kept us entertained for two hours Richard gave him a tip and we were all went our different ways. Walked down the street looking at the shops but nothing interested us so we went back to Place Royale sat on the bench and had lunch. Another couple from the tour were also having lunch there we waved took some photos before climbing the stairs to the upper city.
Strolled through the city ...
... make your mouth water then obviously you don't have a sweet tooth. Tasted every bit as good as it looks! Coffee finished the meal, and me...it was a wonder I didn't roll out the door...In defence of my indulgence it WAS after 4:30pm, and I hadn't had any lunch after Balti's filling breakfast...but I didn't have much else to eat until after I arrived in Toronto city mid morning the following day! It was a great way to try some regional specialties, and I'm feeling inspired to ...
... was proven difficult as we couldn't read the signs and the conditions. Eventually we simply parked behind a row of cars and hoped that it did in fact say that the restrictions were for Monday to Friday.
When I say we got in the Quebec City Walls, I mean this quite literally. The walls were originally built around the city in the 1600s in the first French settlement, and have stayed there since. We explored the walls, and ...