Comfort Inn Quebec Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Quebec Airport Quebec City
Not as near to the shops and entertainment as the nearby Comfort Inn, but a nice enough hotel that serves a good breakfast and has friendly staff. To get into town you need to take 2 buses, one of which only goes on the hour, and randomly not at 9am; a taxi to the train station costs $32. The buses don't start until 7.40am so a taxi is necessary for any early trains or buses out of town. Clean beds and coffee pot in the room, very nice.
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... to Beth, the French-Canadians still feel very strongly about their past and their country being taken over by the English, that's why they insist on speaking French etc. Beth herself grew up anglophone and says she personally has experienced some kind of hatred towards her not speaking French as a first language (though she speaks it fluently since her childhood). Relating to their past, the official motto of the province Quebec (which is written on every public building and ...
... We could probably have got back to the ship this way but it looked a long way so we returned towards the old town and walked down the winding road, coming across a building with an impressive Trompe d’yeux painting on the side.
Our whole experience of this city was very positive. It was certainly the most beautiful we had visited and we would like very much to return to stay for a few days so would highly recommend it.
On our way to Quebec we stopped at Sainte-Anne-de-la-P'erade, which was a small town on the edge of the ....... River. Fiona painted a picture for us, explaining that in winter when the river freezes over, a small holiday village is set up on the ice. Fishing huts, amusement grounds, ice slides etc for families to enjoy. The cabins are pulled onto the ice, and you can open a part of ...
... come back here in the summer time and walk the stairs that lead up to the suspension bridge. It was a bit too cold while were there to do that.
After this we headed back to Quebec City and our hotel. The rest of the day was ours to explore this beautiful city. We were given a small effigy of Bohnomme (Snowman mascot for Carnival) that would give us entry into the Winter Festival and decided that this was what we would do for the rest of the day and evening.
... where the announcements are in English and French. This was cool because it made me feel like I was truly going somewhere foreign. I think that is my issue with travelling to the USA – it doesn't feel like travel for me. In the taxi ride from the airport I could see snow on the sides of the highway in the midnight darkness and feel the instant chill in the air. Parts of me were dreading this winter freeze, and then another part of me was ...