Auberge Michel Doyon
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... one of the top ten hotels in Canada.
Our stay on Friday at the Hotel Le Concorde which is not in Old Quebec was still great and we enjoyed our room, breakfast, upgrade and the view.
After breakfast we packed up and headed to Hotel Le Germain Dominion. Luckily the walk to the hotel was all downhill. Once again Jacynthe used her persuasive ways to obtain an upgrade for us to the hotel's best room at no ...
... How big is this St Lawrence River – there are lots of times we can’t see land and its choppy like an ocean – although the boat doesn’t move – must have really good stabilisers. Lots of things happening on board so plenty to do if you want to. John laying low to get over his cold.
... to come back again the next day. I was pretty tired by this stage, but decided to go for it. I was really glad I did, because as it was I spent nearly three hours there the next day, there was so much to see! They had several new galleries, one on the history of video games, which doesn't sound like something I'd normally be interested in. It was however, and brought back some memories, and smiles to my face as I recalled times right back to my childhood when I'd played ...
... that I must have been transported to Europe on some magical train rather than still be in North America!
The next morning I walked along the Governers walkway which leads from the Chateau to La Citadelle du Quebec, climbing 365 steps along the way ( I have to work off the food somehow!) and admiring the amazing views. I then toured the citadelle which was really interesting, although the fact that the tour guide was a good looking guy named Pierre with ...
We walked along rue Saint-Jean, the most colourful street inside the walls, lined with restaurants and boutiques. Next stop was Les Delices de I'Erable. The only maple museum of its kind in North America. Learn about the history of maple from the earliest times until today. Artefacts and video presentations. Sample maple products at no charge. Explanations given of different products.
We decided to have some ...