Hotel Jardin Ste-Anne
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Damoandsar stayed here on Feb 14, 2013 during their trip titled: Quebec City 2013.
I was saying to Kate that yes I am behind with my blog, but at least I have written something about Montréal. We are in Ottawa now, so naturally I wish to talk about Quebec City.
Quebec City was very pleasant. It was smaller than Montréal (indeed the centre was much smaller) and it had that European feel that one hears so much about when it comes to Quebec City. It is the only walled city in the Americas north of Mexico and it ...
... br> Audrey will be "it" first
You cannot tag a person within the Donald Cooper Building
No touch backs
When asked if you are “it,” you have 3 secs to respond
Your actions should not put another person at risk of physical harm (emotional scarring is optional)
If you are flying out of town, you are exempt from the time you enter the security line at the airport until you re-enter the airport ...
... met along the way, which is unfortunately the most difficult part about travelling but something that must be done. Personally it's been a great pleasure to have worked at the HI Hostel in Halifax and I've been very lucky to have had colleagues that I can also call friends and I'm very grateful for my time there. On another note, I can personally guarantee a fantastic place to stay for anyone reading this and planning a trip to the Nova Scotian capital. However, in the ...
... up the same stairs as the night before made my way towards Vieux-Quebec (Old Town). Instantly it was clear to see why people love the place. The old town was exactly the type of scenery I had anticipated in Montreal, but this time I wasn't disappointed. Old Quebec is made of up tiny intertwining roads, old architecture and York like stone walls circling the town. There was also a pleasant lack of tourist shops and chains; one Second Coffee, no Starbucks and only one McDonalds, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Jardin Ste-Anne Quebec City
Beautiful cozy auberge located on a quiet street in the old city. Full breakfast each morning, short walk to everything. Highly recommend!
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