Le Grande-Allee Hotel and Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Grande-Allee Hotel and Suites Quebec City
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... at bay, was very similar to the Old Towns of Eastern Europe. with buildings 3 to 4 stories high, butting together along narrow cobblestone streets now filled with tourists and countless souvenir shops and restaurants to entice them. Quebec City also houses a huge Catholic seminary, further testament to the Church's prevalence here. After my successful explorations during the day I took Grant ...
... of the Catholic Church, and the women who brought culture to a world of rough and tumble men. All the important names of our Canadian history swirled in a rich and steamy mix and were divided into the French, the English, and the Canadian periods. We were thinking it was all Canadian, but it was New France and British North America before it was Canada in 1867. We stepped onto the Plains of Abraham, where the English General, Wolf, ...
... as there was a large kitchen to be utilised. Lunch time had already rolled around. After lunch we headed towards downtown - the Old Town. We headed down to the lower district to do some souvenir shopping. It was a Sarurday so there were pop up antique amd clothing shops withany people wandering around. We found a place that Beth had recommended (she loved it as a kid) that sold 'Beavertails'. These are ...
... about the history of the Seminary of Quebec. It was an outdoor multi-media spectacle that did not disappoint. It was projected in the inner courtyard of the Seminary and depicted 350 years of the seminaries histories including construction, fire, war, etc. This later became the heart of the University of Laval and the many programs it offers is law, medicine, theology, arts etc. Sue and Ben had headed off to a concert that is part of the African Music Festival which is now ...
... saw us meet up with the tour group who had travelled overnight from Toronto. I thought that it would be all the people that we met at the farewell dinner back in November, but the group consisted of teachers on exchange from all over Australia. There were a couple of families on the trip and it did not take us long to get chatting to a lovely family from Byron Bay. Liza and Kim had two daughters Bianca and Sienna and they hit it off with our girls which was great.