Four Points by Sheraton Quebec
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... difficult it is to find someone to speak french in Ottawa try finding someone who speaks english in Trois-Riviere !!
The Motel Marquis is a traditional motel - room very small and bright apricot colour!! - dinner is downtown in the 'old' centre - very attractive and very french lots of cafes all with patios - we eat at Angeline - pasta served in large ceramic bowls - tasty (mine with bacon!)..
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... sitting on top of a big hill. It looks like a palace with about 800 rooms and was built in 1892 and very grand. We arrived at the entrance after driving through a big archway and by now the snow is really coming down. Before we knew it the doorman opened our doors, removed our luggage (of which there is quite a lot) organised a bell man (much less demeaning than calling them bell hops) to take our luggage to our room and had a car man taking our car away. This is more ...
... and then drove us downtown (everyone else had to navigate the bus system!). We went to a library and did a research project about some Quebec history, then crossed the channel to Levi. In Levi we went to Cafe Moasique, a Christian cafe who tries to be a safe place for all faiths to come together and discuss issues as well as serve the community. It is a super cool place! We ate lunch there and had a session with the owner, then we went back to Quebec.
The leaders ...
... super weird, especially considering it was all spoken in French and we had no idea what was going on until Beth explained it.
The next station had a massive line so we skipped it and went to the next - it was towards the end of the show so we were advised to come back for the last session that would be starting shortly, so we made our way to the last station. We weren't sure what was going on, there were a lot of cars turned up on their sides and smoke everywhere. A man ...
... site twice more. Each day was progressively warmer and sunnier, making the entire experience more and more enjoyable.
Of course, no trip to Quebec is complete without strolling around "Le Vieux", the old part of town, with its timeless beautiful architecture and cobblestone lanes. It's truly one of Canada's little gems.
Forget Disneyland, save yourselves a few hundred bucks and get a true Canadian winter experience by taking the family to Quebec City for ...