Quality Inn & Suites Levis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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All good things come to an end and so this trip. It's time for JC to get back to work at the office. I'll be picking up little Chester who must wonder if his family re-located without him. Life will be back to normal; we can see our wonderful grandson Gabriel, aunty Gladys and have some time to reconnect at home.
Another clear and sunny day just perfect for our drive. Things were going smoothly until a snow squall hit just outside Rivière du Loup. All of a sudden big heavy flakes were falling cutting visibility down. Luckily, it was time for a late lunch at St. Hubert BBQ; by the time we had finished so was the snow - leaving a beautiful evening sky. …
... 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 ...
... tea? I didn't ask for an Arnold Palmer. I found out every day thereafter that that must be the norm. Strange.
Just a few steps from our hotel toward Vieux Quebec stands the Parliament Building. It's very beautiful. They're currently cleaning the facade, and we could see a huge difference between the clean "white" stones and the "dirty" dark stones. In front of the building is a gorgeous fountain, La Fontaine de Tourny. It looks like it should be in France.
We then ...
... I know, I know, why are we at McDonalds instead of at a cafe eating Poutine. Well Peter and I snuck out for a glass of wine at the local pub whilst the boys watched a video and we came back with McDonalds for them as a treat.
Quebec City started as a small colony built by Jacques Cartier in 1535. He did not remain at the colony for long due to the harsh weather conditions and local natives. Samuel Champlain then arrived and Quebec City ...