Levis Hot Tub Covers
Levis is in the Canadian Province of Quebec and is located directly opposite Quebec City, on the southern end of the St Lawrence River. Levis was founded by European settlers at the beginning of the 17th century on land which had been inhabited for millennia by native Canadian (or First Nation, as they are now named) tribes.
There is thus much of interest for tourists who choose Levis as their holiday destination, as there is a great deal of culture and history to explore. The area of Old Levis, which is called Le-Vieux Levis, is where one can still see the 19th century Fort Levis National Historic Site of Canada, as well as some lovely historic homes, such as Maison Natale de Louis Franchette and Maison Alphonse-Desjardins. The city offers professionally guided bus tours of these sites.
Levis has four art galleries which showcase local artists, among them the Gallerie Louise Carrier and the Gallerie d’Art Vieux. There is even an opera, theatre and symphony venue in the city. In the summer, fresh air fiends will enjoy cycling along a local part of La Route Vert (the Green Route), a 4,000 kilometer network of bicycle trails which covers the entire Province. The city also boasts three eighteen hole golf clubs and one with nine holes; and two of them have restaurants with lovely views.
The mighty St Lawrence River is one of nature’s most beautiful sites, with pretty islands near Kingston, not far from Levis. The Pont Pierre-Laporte Bridge near Pont Quebec is the longest suspension bridge in Canada. Take the local ferry for a ten minute crossing to Quebec City. The city has eleven hotels and motels, sixteen bed and breakfast accommodations, two inns and two campgrounds, so every visitor is sure to find the perfect place to lay his head at night. Some of the best hotels in Levis have Jacuzzis and hot tubs, which is a great way to relax after a long cycle ride or a day out sightseeing. A hot tub with its hot tub cover ensures that the highest standards of hygiene prevail; and the hot tub cover also prevents water evaporation and thus water loss, which is in keeping with the new green standards everyone is trying so hard to develop and maintain.
Levis is not simply about enjoying nature at its best and doing some sightseeing in the area, but it also has great lobby lounges in its hotels where one can stop in for a drink and to relax, as well as a great number of restaurants which serve the cuisine of many countries, including Thailand, Vietnam, France and Italy. Beef, game and seafood feature prominently on Levis’ menus.
As is the case in most cities and towns around the world which are tourist oriented, Levis has great shopping options, including the Les Galeries Chagnon shopping mall, which has a number of shops which stock a wide variety of merchandise, as well as a food court which focuses on fast food.