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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... plying the waters... It was a great drive! We finished the trek back on the highway, drove into Quebec City & found our accommodation - the last of our pre-booked Airbnb places. It is similar to the Montreal place - a basement apartment in a residential house. Once again quite spacious & offers us washing facilities as well. It's in a very nice neighbourhood & because I'm feeling a bit crook & it's almost at the end of the day, we have decided not to head into ...
... br> We will continue our journey to my hometown tomorrow but a two day stop in Ottawa awaits us first. We plan on making a quick stop in Cornwall, Ontario to visit Norma Bergeron. I spent two years of my OHL hockey career billeting with the Bergeron family. After that it's on to Ottawa to spend a couple of days with Cathy's cousin Tanya and her daughter ...
... a lot of tourists and people enjoying the area. Old Quebec is filled with lots of tourist shops, street performers and restaurants. But what makes the area unique is the very old buildings. Suzanne and I did a lot of walking, enjoyed eating lunch at an outdoor cafe and seeing all the old buildings.
Tomorrow we go and see a waterfall that is over 90 ft taller than Niagara Falls. That should be something!!
... and covering Montreal in a thick soup. More windy interstate today up the 20. Hopefully this will be the last of it. I'm sick to death of never ending interstate and being the second largest country in the world, Canada has a lot of them. Timmy H enticed us in after 100 miles for a panini and a brew which was welcome as I was starting to feel weak again. A nice long break made me feel a bit better.
I thought Quebec City, ...
... Next I walked along Avenue Dubuc. The houses on this street were in much better shape however you couldn't go inside any of the houses. I walked on to Avenue Tremblay and saw some Double houses. This street also had a few collapsed buildings. I saw a big fat animal perched on the rail of a verandah. I was able to go inside building 72 which had been renovated inside. The house was also full of antiques from the period. I wanted to make it back to the ...