Le Gite du Hu-Art
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tour. She pointed out the concealed locations that only a well versed guide would know. We saw the paving stone demarcations of high water levels and how they changed over time. We heard about famous families that contributed significantly, and tidbits about how the Québécois society evolved and flourished. About Champlain, the early fur traders, the first signs of commerce and civilization in a harsh new world. The ...
... Catholic city; the citadel which was the intricate star shaped wall built to defend the city; and the Parliament, which is a striking building surrounded by beautiful gardens. There are also numerous green spaces, including a large park, known as Abraham's plain, not after the Bible character but after the local figure who constructed the park. We thought it was almost as impressive as Central Park in NY and had lots ...
Did the walking tour of old town today, saw some of the most beautiful streets which reminded us both of old parts in Paris as their is a large French influence within Quebec City ! We got to see all of the historic parts within the walls of old Quebec and wow it was awesome ...
... his ipad we waited till 10am before leaving as the traffic was a bit heavy and we didn't know what Hwy20 would be like. We are taking this route because Herb (Marg's friend) said it was better than going on the main Hwy 40. To much traffic and not as scenic as Hwy 20. We will be following Herb's rout through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia as he and his wife Anna holiday there a lot. Put the rubbish out and we were off.
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Left Montebello and headed for Quebec City. Stopped for lunch at Candy Shac. An amazing experience as video shows. Had the customary drink well known to this area. Carabao blood. May I say a little tasty that we had a few??. Stopped at a town called 3 Rivers(dEnglish version). First saw the mighty Hudson River system used for all of Canadian freight. Booked into ...