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Sunny day view from our room. Price Edifice on left. Frontenac Hotel on right.  
   

Sunny day view from our room. Price Edifice on left. Frontenac Hotel on right.

Bring your walking shoes when you come here!

July 17th 2019
WOW! For those of you who have an upcoming trip to Quebec City...listen to the advice you hear and read to bring good walking (hill climbing) shoes! You will need them. We had a great day but we can attest to the fact that there are LOTS of steps and steep grades here. Add the funicular to your “cheat sheet” for when you go all the way down the bluff to the oldest part of the city. Be thrilled ... read more
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18th July 2019

What a great day of walking and seeing very old, cool, stuff. A couple of comments: Pat, sandals, really? Kim and I both have to get nice tennis shoes for our high walking days. Kim swears by her Hokas. John, I checked the Fitbit app. You need to sync so we can track your step count. Anything under 20,000 steps is for light weights. Hope you keep having nice weather!
18th July 2019

Yes, sandals really...
Mike...they are ECCO walking sandals and they are doing a great job. I actually have trouble breathing when I wear regular shoes when it is hot weather. Really. John says he is syncing as we speak. He is complaining that he was carrying a bag with our extra stuff in it yesterday so his arm didn’t swing as much, and he didn’t get as big a count as I did... Big baby... Just saying... He said it felt like he did 30,000 step but he only did 10,000+ according to the Fitbit.

Tot: 0.051s; Tpl: 0.009s; cc: 9; qc: 32; dbt: 0.008s; 1; m:saturn w:www (104.131.125.221); sld: 1; ; mem: 1.3mb