Comfort Inn Quebec Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- 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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TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Quebec Airport Quebec City
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... British, French and Americans. We saw many families enjoying the day in a beautiful nearby park. We topped off the day with wine and dinner at an outdoor cafe - they are everywhere - and enjoyed great food and people watching. Both the women and the men dress so chic here - makes us want to jazz up our wardrobes (well, one of us anyway....) We took the relaxing 40 minute bus ride back to our home on wheels - nice to have our own place waiting for us.
... where it will eventually melt. Our first stop was on the Ile d'Orleans which is an island connected to the mainland by a suspension bridge. The island is primarily used for agriculture for the city. There were some stunning early traditional homes on the island. We stopped at the local chocolate factory and then made our way to the Montmorency falls. The falls were just stunning. Part of the falls had frozen over in the winter as had ...
Weather a little foggy and drizzly today. Not real cold though. Got off the ship about mid morning and walked through Old Quebec up to Chateaux Frontenac. Squillions of tourists around as
there are four cruise ships in port! Decided to do the walk of the old city fortifications. Some real pretty views, all the trees are changes colour and it makes such beautiful pictures. ...
... The first problem was getting across the busy traffic on the peripherique that went around the 'islet' the station appeared to be marooned on. Luckily a policeman on point duty sorted out that problem. Then it was indeed UP! The day was hot, and up we toiled, past the hospital, around the corner, along Rue McMahon and then UP Rue d'Auteil, along the remnants of the city walls. UP and UP. By the time we reached ...
... walking up the stairs to "Haut Ville" and then along the long terrace that leads along the cliffs of the St. Lawrence seaway to the Plains of Abraham, you know, the one where the British beat the French in 1759 and we've been an English dominated country ever since. We took a bus tour and museum tour that I had never experienced before so that was very interesting, and a break from all of the walking. ...