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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel l'Ermitage Quebec City
It was a wonderful room with 2 double beds, a balcony overlooking the street and just a great location within the walls of Quebec.
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... speaking only French which was really cool to feel different culturally. Today was a beautiful sunny day, we walked to some waterfalls from the hostel which looked so beautiful with the fall trees surrounding it. We then took the car to Montmorency falls which were also cool to see. Thousands of litres of water pouring over the side and plunging downwards. We wandered into town and walked around the battle grounds where the French ...
... hostel to get my gloves, beanie, boots and winter jacket. So I was essentially wearing what I would wear on the coldest day in Canberra...in the middle of their Spring. I'll definitely be purchasing some long Johns and other wintery gear for winter.
I'm currently writing this on a train. This is my first Canadian train experience and I was surprised that they weighed my bag. I had to take 1kg out so I took my toiletry bag out. I ...
... museum where we were told about the short harvesting season for Maple syrup (March to May I think), how the harvesting time dictates the colour of the maple syrup, the different varieties of maple trres which are farmed for maple syrup, and the different techniques and/or technologies used now and in the past to harvest the sap. We were also given reassurance of the nutritional benefits of maple syrup in comparison to other sugars, including honey, before delving into some serious ...
... Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is the centrepiece which can be seen from anywhere. Built in 1893 as a luxury hotel for the employees of Canadian Pacific Railway, it has 18 floors and 618 rooms. At night when all the tourists have disappeared, the walk along the Governor's Promenade(arm in arm ... with David) which overlooks the harbour is romantic(yes with David) and peaceful, even though a little chilly. The oldest house in Quebec which was ...
... br> The other building, L'Chateau Frontenac, has the honor of the being the most photographed hotel in the world, and despite not knowing exactly who gave it such a prestigious award, I certainly cannot argue with the claim. To say it is stunning is an understatement. Looking like a castle from a children's novel with it's fairytale style turrets and peaked roofs it's hard not to just stand and stare at it endlessly.
Just when we thought it was impossible to ...