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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... showers this morning (Sunday) - wonderful to have water available! As predicted, it has rained most of the day. We have no wifi, so Jim is doing a few projects and we are simply kicking back, reading, relaxing and waiting for the storm to pass. We enjoyed the curry/carrot/coconut soup my cousin Carolyn made and packaged up for us - perfect for a rainy day like this - thanks Carolyn! The rest of the week looks to have only occasional rain (thanks for the forecast ...
... Couldn't find the ATM will look tomorrow but we saw a little supermarket and bought chicken drumsticks for dinner, bread milk and eggs. Made it back to the apartment by 3.00pm in time for afternoon tea with the Camembert Cheese we bought on Island of Orleans on toast little squares (no biscuits left). Saw Gilles partner and was able to do our washing in the vacant apartment near us. So now we are right for the road all nice and clean.
... sunset, get some day light and sunset pictures before returning later once dark to get some night time shots of the Quebec City skyline. The pictures came out quite well I think, see for yourself.
Levi is a small town, well at least the part we saw had a very small town feel. The good thing about Levi is it has a very good terrace from which to view Quebec. The bad news is it is at the top of a lot of stairs as the town is also on a large ...
... of power to control Canadian territory. The French and British fought over it for nearly two hundred years. The French built the initial walled ramparts, but ran out of funds to build the Citadel that stands guard at the top of the hill today. That was left to the British after 1820 who wanted to keep the city under their control. Surrounded by steep cliffs, gun batteries and with a narrow entrance to the harbour from the St Lawrence River (which is what the native ...
... River. At the base of the falls is a big mound of ice and snow (the Sugarloaf which is formed by frozen spray from the falls). We took the cable car up to the top and walked along the suspension bridge to view the falls from above. The roaring sound of the falls was incredible. The falls are apparently higher than Niagara Falls. After just over an hour we were back on the bus and visited a local copper shop and then a bakery ...