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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... few areas where you can see Belugas. It was cold out on the water, very cold, but thankfully ice has long since left the Saint Lawrence river, although we did later spot a small amount of snow on the side of one of the hills. There was an option to sit inside on the boat, and many had, perhaps sensibly, decided to stay there. We opted to stay out on deck. Whilst this was cold, it was a case of right place, ...
... pub:/cafe downstairs. The room is spacious, more like a studio apartment, with a lovely outlook over the small square surrounded by cafés, restaurants and a fountain. We went for a short walk and discovered lots of small shops along the cobbled stoned streets. This is an old part of the city with lots of charm and ...
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... their expensive lunches 'en terrasse' at the restaurant (while we enjoyed our ice creams 'sous la terrasse'). We again resisted the tempation to enjoy a meal of poutine (chips, gravy and curds - ughhh), staying with a simple salmon and salad picnic for dinner.
... Genevieve (my name!!) AND a street called Rue Mont Carmel (Carmel is my middle name). Both streets were really close to each other, so I just had to get photos of both street names.
This city is really pretty, but it was so cold and windy that it was ***********centrate on sightseeing. We got some nice photos of the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (a hotel that looks like a castle), then got a hot drink in Starbucks while we waited for the Contiki bus to pick us ...