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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Port-Royal Quebec City
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... Trying to speak to locals was so difficult and ordering anything was a mission, as soon as they hear you aren't american though thy give you a smile and try to squeeze out a bit of English. There's 53 people on our tour so I think I'm slowly getting the hang of everyone's names and I think I've finally met everyone. It's hard making your way through that many people! I'm home early so I can take in as much of this beautiful city as possible tomorrow. Love love ...
... with it as I am able to get the jest of it from what I learned in school. We are staying in a neat Hotel. It is called Hotel Port-Royal. It was built around 1850 and, was a factory. It has been refurbished and is very quaint. We are only two blocks from the dock and the Ruby was docked there as we came by it from the ...
... it was off to explore old Quebec and have some great BBQ at the Rickards BBQ festival. So we loaded up and headed downtown found parking at the ferry docks, a reasonable 7c/min. After a quick weather assessment we decided it was prudent to take the umbrellas with us to fend off Murphy who by the way travels happily with us popping up where he can!!!! We consulted the several maps of upper and lower old Quebec we had accumulated at the various tourist info centers ...
... port on the St. Lawrence River, a capital of New France and of its province, and eventually as a battle site. It was after the French and Indian Wars that France gave up New France to the British, in 1763. Later, during the American Revolution, the American rebels tried unsuccessfully to take Quebec, which would have been interesting, as it would have made Quebec part of ...
... the correct bus and find the university and our rooms for the night. Being mid afternoon we head straight out to get our bearings and find some food.
From the bus stop we discover Parliament Hill and then wander into the old upper town through a gate in the old walls to eat at a restaurant of sorts on Rue St-Louis. We get the low down from the waitress about the free concerts in town and then head out to the tourist office to ...