Quality Inn & Suites Levis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and Camden, but clearly they are geared towards tourists. Every third store is a t-shirt shop. In Riviere, the stores are there for the residents. It is the type of town where you can actually imagine living.
Regardless, the kids were tired and it was getting late and we figured we had better be headed up the river to Quebec City and get checked into our next stop. During my attempt at planning this ...
... We arrived at the meet point and after catching up with everyone we took our standing positions and waited for the show to start. At first because everyone was dressed in mental clothes, lights were flashing and it was all in French it felt rather bizarre but we soon got the gist of the storyline. Neither of us had seen a Cirque du Soleil performance before and didn't know what to fully expect but there were acts which included ...
Sleepless night, jetlag? Excitement? Nerves? Of course sleep arrived with the dawn, Dennis shot out of bed "11:15"; so much for our early start. Sleepless night time route planning turned up a campground on south bank of St Lawrence river, at Levis, just a ferry over to Quebec. Mario had recommended the ferry trip as low cost river cruise so looked spot on. More motorway driving but pulled off for ...
... enough to have seen videos of the Breton trails prior to our journey thanks to our hosts so we did not feel that we had missed too many of the sights as the homeward leg of the trail was dry and fine.
I KNEW THIS WAS HIDING SOMEWHERE
After another of Claires great festive breakfasts we drove off to Louisburgh to see the Louisburgh Fort It was a surprise in many ways As it is a national treasure. For a start it is ...
... I did laundry and some shopping. That evening I took myself off in hunt of Poutine. I went to a place recommended by my Rough Guide called Chez Ashton's - it was supposed to have the best poutine in town. When I eventually found it, the place turned out to be more of a fast-food joint along the lines of a Fish and Chip shop in the UK. The food was freshly made but nothing like as good as implied by the Guide Book. I was not impressed. Tuesday took me to the Musee des Beaux Arts ...