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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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... br> We wandered around the Old Town and then up the hill to the Upper Town. We went down into the ruins of the Chateau St Louis that is pretty much under the edge of the Chateau Frontenac.
There was a Celtic Festival on the Plains of Abraham. A couple of people from the ship had told us about it. After a couple of wrong turns the sight of a strapping man in a kilt walking two dogs meant we must be close. It wasn't quite what we thought it would be. Although there were ...
... alter of Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral, the first cathedral built in North America.
We had a quick lunch before meeting for our afternoon 'Quebec Food' walking tour; we also took time to check out the impressive lobby of the Chateau Frontenac , which was near by. The fifteen foot tall floral display in the lobby was very impressive, with yellow lillies woven among bamboo reeds.
There were a dozen of us on the food walking tour, and ...
... as many British as French. He also wasn't good with words that began with 'h'. I am tired, but a good tired! I got off the bus before the last stop so I wouldn't have to climb up the entire hill, only part of it. Stopped and bought a few groceries for breakfast, did the clothing thing, and back to MY Pastissorie to pick up soup and croissant for lunch/supper. So very scrumptious! Am headed to the shower as it has been a warm day. ...
... River just east of Quebec. The objective was to stem the spread of infectious diseases that were one of the darker challenges of 19th century Europe. Increased movement of people throughout the world meant increased movement of disease as well. Cholera was introduced to Europe from India in the 1820s. The great potato famine of the 1840s in Ireland led to a deadly typhus plague. Desperate ...
... city with no hotel reservations I beat it over to Timmies and used their WIFI to book a motel. That left me free to explore old Quebec city and of course take photo's. I really enjoyed myself seeing all of the great buildings once again. last time I was in Quebec City was with a friend and we drove his MG to Quebec. My first stickshift experience!
Tomorrow I have one stopover in Trois-Rivieres - Our Lady of the Cape Shrine and then continue home.