Le Grande-Allee Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... actually called Petit Champlain, but I decided I felt like a Chinese meal for a change and remembered one I found yesterday called Wongs Cantonese Restaurant, which looked pretty reasonable. Turned out to be a good choice, had chicken chow mein and it was great, not too greasy like a lot of other Chinese restaurants and had plenty of vegetables cooked to perfection (ie. not soft and over-cooked). Then walked around a bit during sunset and home ...
... picking up. Our tour manager arrived and now we were just waiting for the coach. The coach arrived late and we were thankful to get on the bus and out of the cold. We headed back to the hotel and had a bit of time before dinner. I downloaded and sorted my pictures, did some sink laundry, repacked my bags and went off to a room party to have a drink or two before dinner. Before going off to dinner i went back to my room and got ready ...
... Saint Jean to the first arch entry looked at the armory then walked up the stairs onto the fortified wall of the old city and followed it to the Citadelle.
Sat on the outer wall looking at Parc des Champs-de-Bataille this area I think is part of the Plains of Abraham where General Wolf (English) and General Montcalm (French) went into battle in 1759 both died that day and the English won.
The Citadelle was constructed ...
... as delightful was the dining room, with a huge carved table to seat 8 set with heritage cutlery and crockery, and surrounded by vintage lounge furniture, polished floorboards and a fireplace, to complete the picture. An American family from Rochester in upstate New York soon trooped downstairs, they were staying there with four children, and had been here a number of times, their honeymoon being the first. There are eight rooms altogether at this B&B, so that must ...
We awoke late and decided to miss breakfast and grab an early lunch in town. But before lunch we strolled around Place Royal in the lower town area and took the Funicular up the escarpment to visit the Quebec Cathedral where the bells were tolling. It was really enchanting with all the white snow every where. We then discovered the Mussee de L'Amerique Francaise housed in the old Quebec Seminary (Seminaire de Quebec) located close to the famous ...