Hotel Le Saint-Paul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Saint-Paul Quebec City
This hotel is fabulously located for walking everywhere within and around Quebec City, is one block from a liquor store, across the street from an Esso (gas station) and has a fantastic restaurant on the main level. Great staff here, too! Highly recommended!
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... the thunder and lightning brought the deluge of water. We ran to the nearest restaurant very wet but had a nice dinner
wednesday broke to clouds but no rain so we grabbed a quick coffee at this little place we found that roasts it's own coffee. Finally found somewhere in Canada that can make a good coffee.
grabbed a pastry between us and off we went to watch the changing of the guard at the Citadel.Quebec has the most ...
... showers this morning (Sunday) - wonderful to have water available! As predicted, it has rained most of the day. We have no wifi, so Jim is doing a few projects and we are simply kicking back, reading, relaxing and waiting for the storm to pass. We enjoyed the curry/carrot/coconut soup my cousin Carolyn made and packaged up for us - perfect for a rainy day like this - thanks Carolyn! The rest of the week looks to have only occasional rain (thanks for the forecast ...
Saturday 7th September: Slower morning – had a bit of look at the Montreal underground shopping network without getting lost, bus to the ship at 11am – a straight through process this time without any queueing. The Maasdam is a bit smaller than the Zuiderdam and is a newer ship.
We are ...
... 233;al and France. Lovely atmosphere. Jean does most of the cleaning up in the morning, as we do the breakfast at the house where we sleep. Crêpes for 18 tomorrow, then 6 bedrooms to clean for new arrivals. Hope it cools down a bit... Sweating like crazy, and to walk to/ from the château it's ideal to cover yourself to avoid being eaten by the enormous mosquitos here... Anyway, think I'm going to benefit from and early night ...
... France, small town with European buildings and French speaking people, all very quaint. As we were staying in Levis, we needed to walk down a few (phew!!!) flights of steps to get to the river and the (very) regular ferry over to Quebec. Lovely walk on the way there ....
Quebec itself is built around the side of a hill ... getting to 'uptown' and the Chateau was a good climb around the streets with stairs ...