Le Port-Royal

144 Rue St-Pierre, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 8N8, Canada | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $168.00
 

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Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox

11

... made of glass, was so cohesive with the existing design of the church. Further along we reached a large Cathedral which had an adjorning hall with similiar architectural features. From what we could understand, this church and the associated hall were now part of a college, possibly even a high school. Consequently, we werent allowed a peak inside so we just wandered the grounds admiring the immense and complex exteriors of these buildings. The silver roof design continued but ...

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

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada

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82

... to the Upper Town. As the painkillers kicked in, and over the next day, I gradually began to feel better, and just rested when I felt tired and drank lots of water. By now it was just after 11:30, so I went straight down rue St Louis to the Musee du Fort and saw the excellent diorama display, then had lunch at the cafe next to it. After that it was walking down to the Musee Du Civilization once again, exploring Place Royale again on the way (when you see the photos im sure ...

Beautiful walled city

A travel blog entry by catndeano

25

... could park for an hour and a half free and if we waited until 3.30pm it would be free the rest of the evening too. So we drove round looking for the closest we could get to town and parked up. From our spot, we walked to the Citidel, chocolate museum and all around the walled city. Apparentlly, Quebec City is the only walled city in North America and it was really beautiful. We headed back to the van for dinner and ...

Friends in Quebec City

A travel blog entry by shazneyp

1
12

... almost flat mountains) beyond. The old town and the Petit Champlain area at the bottom of the funicular, is very pretty in the French style, but with cleaner, plainer architectural lines so no gargoyles, shame. It's where the English won the battle over ownership of the rest of Canada and USA from the French. Rob's café is down in the main part of Quebec City, away from the tourists, an edgier part of town, with ...

Day six

A travel blog entry by canadacaro

... there were lots of people milling around. We made a beeline for the place which sold festival passes, it only costs $30 to have access to any concert you want (and as many as you want) over the 10 festival. As this was such a good bargain we all bought our passes and planned out exactly what we wanted to go and see. When we were in Québec we also did a bit of shopping, I bought a rather nice sun-hat and some devil-sticks!! I have wanted some of these for a long ...

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Location

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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