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... rush was brilliant. Two of our tour group had go pros and filmed our time on the water. At around half 4 we headed to our hotel which is much nicer than the hotel in Quebec. We all got ready for a family meal and then set off to a pub called The Winston Churchill and had some drinks and danced! We were told that Montreal had lots of strip bars and some of our group went along but Sadie, Anna, Christie and I came back to the hotel for food... ...
After our fill of wandering and spray from the falls, we headed back into the city, to the information centre next to the Parc des Champs-de-Bataille, where there is a remote parking and picnic area. We always seem to find place to leave the car here, and although it is a pay parking, it's only 8$ for the day, and it's very secure. We unpack our lunch and eat at a table overlooking the Citadel and the Plains of Abraham, then ...
wouldn't miss it.
We slept the night in the Levis carpark
(staying overnight was included in our $16 parking fee) where we had
left the RV. It was right on the river with views across to old
Quebec and was one of the most beautiful places we've stayed yet and
an unexpected bonus. Gorgeous to watch the sunset across the water
and city and to see all the lights come on with the huge hotel lit up
on the hill.
The drive up towards Quebec was pretty with pine trees lining the roads and lakes everywhere. There were hundreds of warning signs for moose, even signs with flashing lights, but unfortunately we didn't see one.
We decided to break up the drive to Quebec by stopping in the tiny town of Jackman, just before ...
Headed back to the US via Ontario and Quebec, spending a
night in Montreal. We arrived late so didn’t get to see much other than the
streets we drove around trying to find our way out. All signs were in French so it wasn’t easy!
Visited Jim and Joyce (some friends from Florida) in
Jackman, Maine. They live in ...