Howard Johnson Quebec City
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the stairs and the postie delivers the mail on foot. Must be very fit negotiating so many stairs !
Some time after lunch I took over driving again - third time. Drove for about an hour and stopped because we were getting close to Quebec and it was raining and I was not going to drive in the city. During my drive the landscape changed considerably from the wide open farming land to small hills to steep rock cliffs. The rain continued on and off for our ...
... it's tough and we were 95%25 sure we had it sorted but asked for the English menu when he came back just to make sure we didn't order fried beef balls in vegetable cow broth. We stayed in the old part of Quebec on Bec's recommendation and it wasn't disappointing. There are restaurants and shops everywhere and some really cool views from the old city wall. We managed to sneak our way onto a wall bridge via a quick ...
... subsequent body) dating back to 1759. This person was buried in the Catholic cemetary but once there was an alternative, the Catholics had him moved to 'a more appropriate setting'. Weird. We walked only a short way further down Rue Saint Jean and entered the Epicerie Europenne, an international grocer which dates back to 1959. Prior to this store becoming a grocer it was a gentleman's clothing store which is evident by the drawers/cabinets along the walls which were tailored to store ...
... and big grassland with horses.
It is really pretty to stay near the mountains...
But not near the highway, I really hate the sound of vehicles. Especially after the Vietnam robbery, and my crazy JC highway cycle stunt. Walking along the highway made me very jittery now. And I need to pee, but no toilet in sight.
People might think I am mad, stingy and not logical. You are on a holiday! Why are you not eating at all the restaurants and going ...
... and not quite what we are used to in the way of room..a superior, we are wondering what a standard looks like…..it will certainly be COSY!
Off to explore the quite charming Old Quebec and it’s quirky little boutiques and cobbled streets. A man cleverly playing the partially filled “wine glasses” what a beautiful melodic sound, if not mildly eery.
A lovely ...