Hotel ALT Quebec
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... used the time to catch up on this blog. Because we had been out every night in New York, I was way behind. We met and had breakfast together before separating again, as the gates were at either end of the terminal and we still had to clear security.
My flight was a quick 1 hour 20 minutes and I decided to just catch a taxi as in Quebec, there is a flat rate of $35.50 from the airport to anywhere in the city, although the driver ...
... and carriage ride, which was a lovely way to sees areas that I hadn't got to this morning. Old Quebec City is certainly a beautiful and historic place to visit and this afternoon I spent time and explored the parts that I hadn't done by myself. Everyone is so friendly and make you feel very much at home. I am actually becoming not bad at interpreting the signs, that are all in french. Bonjour here and a merci there goes a long way. Head to Montreal tomorrow. ...
... with high under and overpasses. Being in the basement with two foot limestone walls you don't hear the traffic outside.
Anyway we walked up Honore Mercier turned left at Saint Jean and walked through Saint John Gate (Porte Saint-Jean) the first gate dates back to 1639 and has become one of the symbols of the old city. The west side of the old city had fortified stone walls to keep the British and other enemies from attacking and the other ...
... for remains of the once great chateau. Jenny found three items! See photo!
After this we went to the Lower Town and you can see pictures of me pretending, or making it look like I am going to fall of a children’s sailing ship inspired climbing frame.
On our last full day we further explored (and picnicked on) the Plains of Abraham, saw some beautiful autumnal scenes, saw the whole length of the Rue St Jean and perused one of the ...
... work on display. I wanted to snap photos every corner I rounded, and each direction I turned. The old Quebec part of town, within the city walls, is so beautiful it's like the best parts of Europe all moved into one place, and cleaner (hear that Paris, no doggy doodoo on the streets, let alone garbage!) The only strong thing you may occasionally smell is horses, because there are so many horse and carriage rides on offer, but they offer charm and atmosphere, so no ...