Grand Times Hotel - Quebec City Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we braved the rain that gradually got heavier as we walked to the bridge at the top of the falls. These falls are higher than the Niagara Falls.
The initial plan was to walk to the bottom of the falls but the stairways were closed due to the weather. If I wasn't so wet I may have been a little more disappointed. We ended up eating our picnic lunch on the bus.
We continued on the short drive to Quebec City and our Hostel the HI Quebec. Blake and I had been ...
... wind. It was just to cold to be out, so I headed back to start organising my bags ready to leave early tomorrow morning. I will definitely like to return to Quebec, but a different time of year. From the time I leave Quebec tomorrow morning and arrive in Perth (if all flights are on time) it will be 43 & 1/2 hours. So I am sure I will have a really good nights sleep Australia Day. See you all soon ...
... lunch and of course we had to buy an Mars Bar for Richard seeing he needed a sugar fix to drive.
Back on the road for our relaxing drive seeing there isn't much traffic had our first glimpse of the Saint Laurent River at Donnacova. Lots of car and agricultural equipment sale yards the town is 9kms from Quebec so we are getting close now. The traffic is picking up not as bad as Ottawa and Montreal we maneuvered our way through over and under ...
Taxi to Enterprise on Rue de la Savane: $25
We flew United from Omaha to Chicago to Montreal. I had never been to O'hare before (always flew into Midway). It's so old and outdated; at least the terminal United is in. Drab I must say.
Montreal's airport was modern and nice looking. There was no line to x-ray our bags, only had to take off our shoes and step through a metal detector. Then wait in a short line for ...
... I ate every bit of my delicious poutine.
Charlie and I, separated from the group, stumbled upon a glassware shop where you could watch live glass blowing, and then settled down at a cafe in a beautiful courtyard opposite the cathedral. We made bets on how long it would be before we spotted another member of our group and, sure enough, ...