Auberge Place D'Armes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Place D'Armes Quebec City
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... sadly no bears! Cruise over we drove back towards Quebec city, stopping to grab something to eat in Baie Saint Paul. A town with a high street that would be right at home in Disney Land, somewhere a little to twee and perfect, not a single Poundland shop in sight! We arrived at our 'Chateau' in Quebec. The motorway running behind it made it feel less like we were in France, but at £25 a night, we couldn't ...
... but didn't know it) Drove past the port ( actually we drove past everything ) Went into the new business area Stopped for 10 minutes on the Plains of Abraham. Just some super views. Our guide was super French. He avoided anything to do with the period when Quebec ...
... to the outer wall of the city and began walking around it. The wall runs around the old part of city which back in the day was to protect it from invasion. There were some nice views of the river and the lower districts along the water front. It was nice and sunny, but super windy. It was difficult walking up the streets with the headwind. Beth informed us on our walking tour yesterday that the walls ...
... the Chateau Frontenac, the Quebec Parliament buildings and Bonhomme Carnaval's ice castle from our room windows.
Our tour guide Jacques met our group at the hotel and helped us get organized, then took us to nearby St Hubert restaurant for supper. We enjoyed a rotisserie chicken dinner at this restaurant that is a chain similar to Swiss Chalet and very popular throughout Quebec. Our students received several ...
... headquarters here to watch Quebec (which means “where the waters narrow down”. In 1865 across the river on South Shore he built three defence works (forts) on Levy's Point where the English bombarded and later captured Quebec. Where we are standing the South Channel was renamed “Channel of the tall ships” where the cruise liners and cargo ships follow up and down the river. The Bull designates ...