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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge Quebec Quebec City
An older style hotel, a little jaded around the edges but good price for what you get. Continental breakfast, free wifi, free parking, small fridge. Room small but sheets clean, fresh towels and plenty of hot water. Not a romantic hotel but does the job of providing somewhere to sleep.
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Another hearty hotel special breakfast before hitting the road heading for Quebec City. had been told of an old road that went between Montreal and Quebec. It was quite overcast and cold, so we decided not to return to Parc Mont Royal.
Tom's course to avoid highways was to take us via the service road beside the highway - same view but at …
... an Upper Town, with many steps as well as a funicular connecting them. (You know which option we chose.) Our guide met us at the ship, and the group of ten set off for the oldest part of the city, the Lower Town, where the early 17th century settlers resided. The walled Upper Town protected the colonial government and the various religious institutions. In the Lower Town the lovely square called Place Royale has been beautifully restored. Everywhere we ...
Although the weather was supposed to be cloudy, it turned sunny mid-morning and was lovely. We were wait-listed on a morning tour, hoping that someone would over-imbibe the night before or over-sleep, but everyone showed up. So, undaunted, we took the free shuttle into the center of town for our own walking tour. The city is built on a steep slope of rock, so you climb a lot of steps or slant at a 45 degree angle as you walk up the narrow streets to the top ...
... as there was a large kitchen to be utilised. Lunch time had already rolled around. After lunch we headed towards downtown - the Old Town. We headed down to the lower district to do some souvenir shopping. It was a Sarurday so there were pop up antique amd clothing shops withany people wandering around. We found a place that Beth had recommended (she loved it as a kid) that sold 'Beavertails'. These are ...
... activity. It's a bit warmer here than it has been in Edmonton, but events like snowshoeing would not be as much fun if it was too warm. Following the snowshoeing, we were served hot chocolate and made our way back to the hotel.
Tomorrow we will be up bright an early to enjoy breakfast at the Provincial Parliament buildings, a tour of the Parliament building and circus school!