TRYP Quebec Hotel PUR
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTRYP Quebec Hotel PUR Quebec City
Everything about this place was modern and new looking. Very nice hotel, great staff, big comfy bed, fantastic view.
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... amp; we finished off the night with great conversation. It has been another awesome day. Also Esther & Jocelyn have offered to drive us into the city tomorrow morning for a homemade tour - how about that! They are really a wonderful couple. We might stay in the city & explore four the rest of the day & catch the bus back, using their transport pass which we will use over the next two days, then top it up again.... See, just incredible - another great choice of ...
... We’re just here for the night before changing places with the Crystal Serenity cruisers just finishing their tour. On Monday morning, the lobby of our hotel, a beautifully restored 250-year old building is chaotic as last week’s cruisers are checking in as this week’s cruisers are checking out. The weather has changed dramatically and there’s a howling gale blowing outside which just adds to the chaos and confusion ...
... a French cafe for breakfast and a soup restaurant for lunch, making a hair appointment at a local barber for James to buzz his head, and shopping for basic food necessities to avoid eating out too often. James felt as if every day was one big high school French oral exam, but we can safely said he "passed" (assuming passing is a 60%). Other highlights of our stint in Quebec City included a tour of Old Town: We started with a stroll ...
... the Reserve – As they say here “C'est la vie.” The next morning we headed towards Quebec City after packing away wet gear but landed short as we settled into an almost empty Parc national de la Mauriere just north of Trois-Rivieres. Woke to more rain and packed away a wet tent fly again. But Canadian National Parks have a great feature – shelters ...
... hadn't been so pervasive, it would have been lovely. We stopped at a small town called Newport which was a couple of miles from the border, in order to get gas. We couldn't use the bathrooms in the gas station as it was broken, so the store owner sent us across the road to use the one in a garage. We must have looked so strange as the locals kept looking over at us, but one of the guys asked where we were from and what we were doing and ...