Auberge du Quartier
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in 1608, much to the irritation of the Iroquois, who burned it down.
Quebec City sits along the St. Lawrence River, which was at one time the most polluted river in North America. It was so bad that for 20 years swimming was not permitted in it. For the past 2 years, it’s been considered safe for swimming, but strangely, we saw nobody ...
... few areas where you can see Belugas. It was cold out on the water, very cold, but thankfully ice has long since left the Saint Lawrence river, although we did later spot a small amount of snow on the side of one of the hills. There was an option to sit inside on the boat, and many had, perhaps sensibly, decided to stay there. We opted to stay out on deck. Whilst this was cold, it was a case of right place, ...
... overlooked the River Lawrence. We had a good meal (I had vegetable soup and pestatio crusted salmon for my main) as we decided to have pizza for dinner at one of the cafés in the square near our hotel. After lunch we went for a walk around the building and caught the fanicular to the lower level, walked along the streets then visited the Musee de Civilisation, which covered more on the history of Quebec amongst other ...
... Now a competitive sport during the huge wninter carnival here.
Breakfast at the French medieval stunning parliament house followed by a free tour.
Day trip to montmorency falls and basilica of miracles, capped by visit ti Marie's Bakery, coffee scrolls like never before.
Fest de Rire offered much street entertainment par excellence.
And now back in Ottawa for our last 2 days.
... Or drunk Mattie stumbling his way to a crowded bar)
The journey was only about 15 minutes each way, and we did have to get off and go through the barriers at Levis before we could embark on our return voyage. This was a good thing to settle nerves, after the captain missed his marker and slammed us in to the side of the docking bay. (Very amusing), and it does only cost $3.75 each way, so well worth doing in ...