Maison Historique James Thompson

Address: 47 rue Ste.Ursule, Quebec City, Quebec, g1r 4e4, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Beauport area of Quebec City, is near Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral, Terrasse Dufferin Slides, Musee d'Art Inuit Brousseau, and Aux Multiples Collections.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison Historique James Thompson Quebec City

      Reviewed by schwanman

      Staying In A Bit Of History!

      Reviewed May 19, 2014
      by (12 reviews) Chicago, IL , United States Flag of United States

      This house goes back to the 1700s. The folks that run it as a bed and breakfast these days take pride in its history. The very generous and delicious breakfast served in the main dining room was a great way to start the day. The conversation among the guests only added to the great stay we had here!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Maison Historique James Thompson Quebec City

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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      Bonjour From Quebec!

      A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 19, 2014

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      Hi Again!

      It`s been a very full day and a half in Quebec City, arriving here late on Sunday afternoon via ferry boat. After driving into Canada from Maine, we drove to the city of Levis (Luh-VEE) along the St. Lawrence Seaway and boarded the ferry to cross over to Quebec. This offers a fantastic view of the old walled city, which was …

      On to More Adventures

      A travel blog entry by melapet on Sep 26, 2014

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      Well, I am in Quebec now but spent the day on the train. Left Ottawa close to 10:00 am, had to change trains in Montreal. Nice conversation standing in line waiting to board with a lady who works on Montreal, but has a place here too. This is home and her parents are here.

      Got a tad concerned because I didn't get a reply from the place I was planning to stay the four night I am here. So I cancelled that booking and started over. After a couple of declined bookings for ...

      Why my legs and I differ in our opinions of Quebec

      A travel blog entry by kate99 on May 12, 2014

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      ... I might give my legs a treat and take the funicular back up. The upper town itself just keeps going up, and up, and up until you get to the citadel that overlooks the city. Once there you take a guided tour (you've come all this way, it seems silly not to) and as part of that tour stand on the highest point in Quebec City. Here you feel like you have actually achieved something in making it up all those hills to the very top, and you ...

      Turndown Service

      A travel blog entry by davidv1982 on Oct 31, 2013

      Bonjour, qu'elles sont vos attenttes du Turndown Service !?!?!


      Je n'ai malheureusement pas la chance de voyager tres régulierement, alors lorsqu on m'a propose d avoir le Turndown service je n'etais pas trop certain de savoir de ce qu'ils avaient a me proposer. Triste du résultats, j'aimerai savoir ce que vous pensez du service bonne nuit ( turndown service ) , aussi avez vous ...

      I woke up in France!?

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 21, 2013

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      ... haha.

      We wandered the walls of the fortified city, the only remaining fortified city north of Mexico City, until it started to get dark, then back to our shared apartment for another home cooked meal.

      Our third day was slightly more productive, we got up at a reasonable hour and went to the Citadel. The fort was built by the English after the war of 1812 for fear of a repeat attack from those pesky Americans in the south! The citadel ...

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