Couette & Cafe aux Douceurs de France
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... River just east of Quebec. The objective was to stem the spread of infectious diseases that were one of the darker challenges of 19th century Europe. Increased movement of people throughout the world meant increased movement of disease as well. Cholera was introduced to Europe from India in the 1820s. The great potato famine of the 1840s in Ireland led to a deadly typhus plague. Desperate ...
... down the Escalier Casse-Cou (Breakneck Stairs)--very steep, but we all made it safely! Our guide, Jacques, pointed out interesting sights along the way as we made our way to Place Royale and saw the Notre-Dame des Victoires church. This parish was established 350 years ago and this is the oldest stone church in Quebec, dating from 1688. Place Royale itself is considered to be the birthplace of French North America.
... at my table by a made I had meet on one if my trip the other day. But she was SUPER chatty at breakfast, telling me all about how she used to work for the cruise line and wasn't sure what she wanted to do now so came in the cruise to see if she wanted to work on board again or do something else. Blah blah blah. I finally found my moment to excuse myself as finish packing my bag. My departure time was 8:45 and it was about then ...
... a half. And then I forced myself awake as I could've spent that time again with my head buried in a pillow. Time for some city facts (courtesy of LP): The lanes and squares of the old town have seen the continents 1st parish curch, 1st stone church, 1st museum, 1st Angican cathedral, 1st girls school, 1st business district & 1st French speaking university. As you can imagine it is an old place and unlike any other I've been to in North America. Which is ...
... stay at people's houses. We found a place in South Philadelphia.
Quebec was a very pretty City. The most dominant building was the Chateau Frontenac, which is a very famous hotels and one of the most photographed Hotels in the world. It was where the USA, Canada and the UK had the Quebec Conference, where they discussed plans for War II. Rumour has it someone left some important papers there, a man discovered them then when he handed them in ...