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... was always coming into my face.
1. Chateau Frontenac: reportedly the most photographed hotel in the world. It has 618 rooms. You can not get it all in one photo, it is so big. Also because it's winter it's a good time to do some renovating on the outside which makes taking a nice photo even harder.
2. Terrasse Dufferin: it is a boardwalk promenade. It still looks the same as it did 100 years ago. You can't see the boardwalk for the snow. You can see look ...
... a celebration of Québec city, and after that the festival of summer starts which is like the jazz festival of Montréal. Lots going on! On my way back I stopped by to visit Marie at her work - a famous ice cream shop! After a few free tasters, incuding things like pine nut and chocolate soya I settled for a mix of capaccino, salted caramel and amaretto... Yum! Came back and spoke to Claire for a bit about my plans for next week. ...
... picked up some snacks for the hotel room at a small supermarket and got to the hotel to check in.
Wow, what an awesome room! Hotel 71 is in an old National Bank building but has been renovated inside. The room we got is on the top floor with a great view of Chateau Frontenac, the landmark hotel in Quebec City that overlooks the cliffs and lower city and river. It’s lit up at night and is gorgeous. The bathroom is beautiful ...
... more beautiful, we woke up one morning to see the city had been covered in a think layer of fresh powdery snow and coupling that with the gorgeous Christmas lights and decorations that had been on display, it felt like we were walking around in a snow globe.
In each of the four days we spent there, we kept coming across a new street, or corner or walkway that seemed more charming than the last, and for the record, if anyone is thinking of coming to the city, I ...
... that makes you appreciate what we now have yet we tend take a lot of things for granted. For me
Quebec City took me back in time, by walking down cobble stones alleys with cathedral style buildings either side of you. It’s truly an amazing city.
We started out on adventure to Quebec City by travelling on the greyhound from Montreal. We contemplated hiring a car and driving up to Quebec City but it was more economical ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking