Hotel ALT Quebec
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... calories from the $20 lunch special.
The rest of the afternoon was spent walking around the shopping district ducking in and out of little alleyways when we saw interesting little features on the houses or buildings.
As the sun set on our first full day in Quebec City we sit and appreciate the pretty pink hues that the setting sun has painted and head back to our apartment to refuel for the next day.
Day 3: Hinesh gets us up early to try ...
... spite of a chilly and breezy morning, the sun made a welcome appearance to warm things up! Breakfast at the hotel, a tour of the Huron Village to learn about native life before the French and British arrived, lunch and shopping (and other amusements) at a local mall (perfect for practicing French!), a tour and visit to the basilica of St. Anne de Beaupre, ...
... picture home safely. With still an hour before our food tour we decided to walk through what we thought were the only streets of Quebec we hadnt explored yet, the streets around the Seminary Building (Seminaire de Quebec). The Seminary is a Roman Catholic community of priests which was founded by Bishop Laval, the first bishop of the New France in 1663. The Seminary is made up of a group of buildings, some dating back to French Occupation in the 17th century (vieux seminairede Quebec) ...
... were all so firm and steady. There were dancers, people on tall walking sticks and puppets. This made me miss band so much too...
I love some of their uniform. Look out for the one with big furry hats. XP
End of the Solitude that I was just starting to enjoy
My friends arrived in Quebec City.
Initially I was really hoping for this day to come, so I wouldn't be alone anymore.
Now, I wish I was by ...
... His Canadian accent was very thick and he spoke too rapidly. In the end we used a combination of French and English.
This evening we went to see a beautiful waterfall and had dinner in a converted mill on Ile d’Orleans. Dinner was delicious. For dessert we had a maple sugar pie. Mmmm. Maple syrup. There certainly is a lot of that here in Canada, and it’s the really good stuff! I’m sure to put on a few kilos before I get ...