Le Port-Royal

144 Rue St-Pierre, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 8N8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Walking tour of old Quebec with Claude

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 25, 2013

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... Diamond. Rich merchants set up shop in this public square. When the English took over the merchants, ship owners and shipbuilders transformed it into a trade hub. It slowly fell into decline but now with tourists the old city has been transformed into shops selling all sorts of goods, restaurants and places to stay.

The tour ending in a little street of french style building where the locals sell their merchandise and it is expensive. Claude ...

I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

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... means, narrow waters) the city was hard to capture to all but the most determined attacker. It was designed to be a self contained city in itself, able to withstand siege and attack from gun and cannon fire. Enter the British army, and a dogged General Wolfe, who after trying for months to break down French defences, bombarded Quebec from the captured opposite shore until the city was almost in ruins. He then sneakily created a diversion in the harbour with several ships ...

Introduction to French Canada

A travel blog entry by natsully on Oct 19, 2011

... recommend Quebec City for a couple of days. I did a cute little city tour that went out to the Orleans Island and the waterfall park...and that was a definite highlight...I was lucky to be there in fall, and I can honestly say - the leaves just aren't the same anywhere else in the world. Watching people tapping for maple as the leaves fall around them is magical.

I love fall...and this is a great place to enjoy the colours.


A travel blog entry by colinchipchase on May 07, 2010

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... and cucumber. Not entertaining the idea of exploring that night, I began the downward walk back to the hostel. After eating my sandwich in the front room and catching some of the Montreal hockey game I retired upstairs. It's amazing how the privacy of a humble single room can feel like such a rare privilege.

After a great nights sleep and my first hot shower this side of the Atlantic I headed out into Quebec. Wednesday was sunny and warm and a good day for walking round. ...

Entry 7: Riviere-du-Loup/Quebec

A travel blog entry by ausgal21 on Aug 27, 2009

... and they put on quite a long show; and a unique one too. I might post some of the videos I took.

So that was the first night, pretty cool. The next day I basically just wondered around old Quebec, looked in all the shops, spent some money in the shops, took some photos of the streets and buildings. It’s such a beautiful city; cobble stone streets, lots of patios and decks for alfresco dining and really historic; it’s what I imagine places in Europe ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Quebec City area of Quebec City, is near Basse-Ville, Museum of Civilization (Musee de la Civilisation), Musee du Quebec, and Agora.
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