Hotel Motel Le Regent

Address: 3806, Boulevard Ste-Anne, Quebec City, Quebec, G1E 3M3 , Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Beauport area of Quebec City, is near Montmorency Falls Park, Basse-Ville, Domaine de Maizerets, and Agora.
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    Day 4: Winding Down

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Jul 04, 2015

    9 photos

    ... week.

    Our shuffle brought us to Place-Royal, a re-creation of Quebec's first settlement. $7 each got us access to Place-Royal's four-floor museum--which is best described as a hands-on learning experience that includes a race-to-settle-the-Americas board game and the opportunity to try on settlement-era costumes--as well as a walking tour of the re-built settlement. Our tour guide was an 18th-century woman in a bonnet who carried a lace umbrella, and ...

    Bonjour Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 02, 2014

    32 photos

    ... on them.

    The St Roch area is a mixed pot. From the start of our walk there are fancy furniture stores and little cafes. As you move down the street, things get a little more ghetto (but it doesn’t feel unsafe). The shops get a little grungier and the food places look like the kind of places you will be in search of after a big night – greasy poutine anyone?

    We get a bargain for dinner at the Le Bureau de Post (the old post office ...

    Bonjour From Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... of the old city, a house built in 1793 by one James Thompson (no relation, as far as we know, to the former Governor of Illinois). He was born in Scotland in 1733 and -- amazingly -- lived to the age of 97! He lived here most of his life and the house he built stayed in his family until 1957. The stone walls are about two feet thick. (Pictures will be on the ...

    Walking tour of old Quebec with Claude

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 25, 2013

    7 photos

    ... 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 ...

    I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... just a few metres from the B&B, and found a Scottish Presbyterian one with lovely stained glass windows. Then it was down to the other end of the street to try something I'd been promising myself I'd do since the first day I arrived, and that was have a meal at the aux Anciens Canadiens restaurant, housed in the Maison Jacquet, which has a history dating back to 1675. The site was granted to the builder, Francois Jacquet, by the nuns of the nearby Ursuline Convent. It ...