Hotel Le Saint-Paul
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... carriage ride, which was a lovely way to sees areas that I hadn't got to this morning. Old Quebec City is certainly a beautiful and historic place to visit and this afternoon I spent time and explored the parts that I hadn't done by myself. Everyone is so friendly and make you feel very much at home. I am actually becoming not bad at interpreting the signs, that are all in french. Bonjour here and a merci there goes a long way. Head to Montreal tomorrow.
... which marked the start of the NWT Recreation and Parks Association's month-long game of tag. I received the inspiration for this event from this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGvcQ_9B ekk Happily, the folks in my office are happy to participate (it's a small, fantastic NGO of people I adore). The rules are as follows:
Tag shall begin at midnight on Nov. 1st, 2013 and end at 11:59:59 on Nov. ...
... in the difference) which is now another museum to the activities of the 22nd Regiment.
On our way out at the end of the tour we passed a small tank which I said in the photos was driven by dogs! This is just a joke it was not really but it looked perfect size for a dog driver, perhaps a Chihuahua?
We then visited the “Saluting Area” (see photo) and saw the motto of the city which is “Je me souviens”, ...
... was Saint Patrick's parish grounds, the first Irish community to be established as a parish in Canada. Nearby stands a Celtic Cross donated by the Irish people to Quebec residents, expressing gratitude for the generosity of the Quebecois towards Irish immigrants in the 19th century. Further on is the historic site of the old Saint Patrick's Church (1832); built for the Irish community according to plans drawn by architect Thomas ...
... our hotel. We were delighted to find that we had been given a deluxe suite with a king sized bed and jacuzzi! Unfortunately we didn't have much time to enjoy it because we had to leave after an hour for our evening meal and entertainment. We went to a place where maple syrup was made and were entertained by folk music and had a chance to participate in some folk dancing. (Of course, Max was up for that!)
The tour we ...
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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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