Le Capitole de Quebec
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... from France to Quebec, and I want to learn more as to who, when and why!! When my family then migrated from Quebec to Illinois in mid-1850's with other families from their Catholic church, I am suspicious that it may partly be due to their inability to own land -- land then was only owned by wealthy Brits. At least I learned of more resources...and have a good winter project ahead!! We did tromp around ...
... on the beautiful glass ware that is characteristic of this area. In the Place Royale there is a beautiful little church, the Eglise Notre Dame des Victoire,which is worth a visit. Bulit in 1688, it is the oldest stone church in North America. From the old town we took the Funicular up to the Chateau Frontenac, a huge castle built in 1893 in the French style. There is a board walk called the Dufferin Terrace from which there are ...
... french style which I like better. I could go on and on but I wish I had a brochure to describe the buildings.
Walked down to the lower section of old Quebec where the first street was called Irish Street after the Irish and Scottish immigrants who moved there and were involved with the shipbuilding. The river was right at their doorstep and over the next three centuries areas of the river were filled in and the industry changed. There is ...
... restaurant – very nice lunch of chicken or salmon, plus soup and sweets of course – I had forgotten that when we had 4 courses for dinner that night!
On to another Cabane Sucre Shack to hear the maple syrup story again – they had 1500 trees and were still doing it the old fashioned ...
... than my eye could see, in several queues, and more kept coming. Eventually we began to move forward slowly, and filtered into a huge open amphitheatre with tiered seating surrounding a big stage. Cranes towered overhead, and what looked like giant packing crates made up part of the stage set. It was a fabulous show, I'd seen cirque du soleil performances on TV, but never live. To get the opportunity to experience it at its origin, and for FREE, well, let's just say I ...