Quality Inn & Suites Levis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... since its confrontation with my SUV. Then it's back to Ottawa for some time to gather my thoughts, and figure out where I go from here.
The current thought is that I'd depart with my little wandering buddy in tow at the beginning of August to head across Canada to Vancouver, and then mid-October to head down the west coast to San Diego, some weeks in Palm Dessert and then across the US South to get back to Ottawa at ...
... headed out to a park and spent a few really nice hours playing in the river at the foot of this amazing waterfall and now we are getting ready to sit down and watch a movie together. And guess what, I got through it. Somewhere, and I can't tell you where, the feeling no longer dictated my day. Somewhere it dissipated. No doubt it will return eventually, but that is okay, because truth is truth no matter how I am feeling.
... before a little siesta - no sure why but very tired! Today seems to have gone quickly, spent a lot of time talking. Now waiting for the rest of the crew to get their act together before going to the festival tonight to see Ellie Goulding and Bruno Mars... Always late here! So Ellie Goulding was nothing special, but Bruno Mars was amazing!! Great performer and atmosphere. Impressive amount of people too. Loved ...
... Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is the centrepiece which can be seen from anywhere. Built in 1893 as a luxury hotel for the employees of Canadian Pacific Railway, it has 18 floors and 618 rooms. At night when all the tourists have disappeared, the walk along the Governor's Promenade(arm in arm ... with David) which overlooks the harbour is romantic(yes with David) and peaceful, even though a little chilly. The oldest house in Quebec which was ...
We left home at 8:30am, after a warm send-off from Jeni and Lisa, Lynn, Helen, Neal, Catherine and Erin. Thanks for seeing us off; it meant a lot. A few tense minutes on the Bridge as the back straps holding the kayak in place jiggled free. What a sight we must be - like a big blue ant carrying a long yellow bread stick, towing a trailer. We set off on a glorious Island morning, a blue sparkly day.
Summer has truly arrived on ...