Travel Blogs from Quebec City
We arrived in Quebec on time at around 10:30 am and whizzed through customs. We were out getting a taxi by 11 am and at the hotel by 11:30 am everything went smooth. The taxi ride was a bit tight as Marge, Christina and I were all in the back. Two of our bags shared the front seat and more in the trunk. We tried to limit how much we brought but we …
... by the Citadelle, which is still operating as a military base and is also home to the Governor General's second residence. Kate and I were lucky enough to tour both the residence and the Citadelle in one day. Other highlights of Quebec City included the Musee de Civilisation, the Montmorency Falls, the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, and the food.
Kate has gone on at some length about the food in her own blog so ...
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The start of Tag coincided with a surprise birthday party for Geoff, the NWTRPA's Executive Director. I sent a text to Rose, one of my colleagues, and asked her to come outside to help me with all of the stuff I had - I didn't want to drop the cupcakes. Silly ...
Tonight is our last night staying with Magalie. Tomorrow we move to the HI Hostel which is a little nearer the centre of town. Magalie’s flat & building is a little bit worn but comfortable and quiet. This coupled with its excellent location and Magalie being very friendly and helpful mean we are going to miss the flat and Magalie.
After packing our bags and lunch we headed off to the HI Hostel before giving Magalie a small ...
... this phenomenon is unique in the world, attracting 130,000 fishing enthusiasts.
We continued on to Quabec City, the only walled city in North America and an important World Heritage-listed site. We had a local guide board the bus to give us detailed information and visited a number of sites within the walls of the Vieux CarrĂ (Old City).
Today is the start of "Les Fetes de la Nouvelle France" (Festival celebrating the heritage of the ...
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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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