Quality Inn & Suites Levis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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Thanks so much for the "likes" and comments. It's really made it more interesting to share my trip with you and I feel like I'm not really alone on the road after all.
So, I'll write again when I have the answers to the above and have had a chance to decompress a ...
A funny thing happened on the way to Quebec Provence - the map and guide books said that Quebec was on Atlantic time. Our cells were still on Eastern time - so we asked some people. Turned out that we were the only ones on Atlantic time - we were advised that the time zone changes when we enter New Brunswick [tomorrow]. Maybe that explains the difficulty driving -- we were in the wrong time zone - well just beam me up Scotty.
... come back here in the summer time and walk the stairs that lead up to the suspension bridge. It was a bit too cold while were there to do that.
After this we headed back to Quebec City and our hotel. The rest of the day was ours to explore this beautiful city. We were given a small effigy of Bohnomme (Snowman mascot for Carnival) that would give us entry into the Winter Festival and decided that this was what we would do for the rest of the day and evening.
... we would have had a quick look around the following day and then headed back to Montreal. Unfortunately, our hotel booking was a 'non-cancellable' booking (the only one of our entire two month trip) and we couldn't afford to lose over $300. In future, we will think very carefully before making 'non-cancellable' bookings in places that we are unfamiliar with; we only do it when accommodation appears hard to find.
... first settled in 1609 still with some houses dating from early 17th Century. The upper part became a fort, the very one that Wolfe took in his surprise backdoor attack a century later.
“Did” the lower part first, found beautiful street music, guitarist Paul Brian, and bought 2 CD's. Next came the pipes(bag) and drums of Canadian military, then a male harpist. Settlement very quaint but almost swallowed by the port buildings ...