Hotel & Suites Le Dauphin Quebec
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sun was out today too, brilliant blue skies, and quite warm sitting in the sunshine. There's a huge wooden deck, I think it is called Le Terrasse, that runs along the edge of the old city, almost like a promenade, but set slightly back from the riverside. Quite a few people are wandering up and down the Terrasse, some skateboarding, and you can imagine it being packed on weekends. There are a few squares dotted around town too, typically French with people sitting outside ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... Chute Montmorency, chute means waterfall and Montmorency is a place. Walking on the path you can see the waterfall going down and the sister waterfalls. Many people haven't heard of La Chute Montmorency but have heard of Niagra Falls. When the truth is Montmorency is taller than Niagra Falls, but Niagra Falls is wider. With my friends we walked all the way around to the bottom where there was a giftshop and I bought some souvenirs. Getting on the bus ...
... to be raised to a basilica and is the primatial church of Canada.
Across the road is the City Hall which had been decorated for Halloween and looked impressive. We walked along Rue Saint-Jean and stopped at the maple shop for a look. We tried some of the maple sorbet which was a little disappointing. Dylan bought some maple lollies and some chocolates from a chocolate shop.
At the end of the street we climbed up onto the city walls ...