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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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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... wouldn't have been out of place if we heard one. So we provided the background music ourselves, whistling the theme tune to 'Allo 'Allo!
We passed a café called Maison Smith (zut alors!) and wandered into the old town square called Place Royale. The square oozed French charm and beautiful architecture.
It really was hard to believe we were still ...
... so Jean requested 'It's Amore'. Guisseppe was probably expecting us to gaze soulfully into each other's eyes and was a bit surprised when we sang along with snatches of 'Notsagayboy' in fits of giggles. He happily accepted the tip anyway. (For the uninitiated, 'Notsagayboy ' (not that there's anything wrong with that) is Jean & Dan's boat at Busso about which I wrote new words to the tune of Deano's song). It turned out to be a memorable meal for all the right and wrong reasons. ...
... and asked it went to Veiux Quebec, bus driver said yes so I hopped on. Well, it didn't go to the place I thought it would go. Therefore I didn't get off. By the time I figured out it wasn't turning aroun I was way the heck the other side of the River. I checked with a young man who looked like he was a student and got off at the next stop, crossed the street and waited for the next bus heading back to the old town. This time I knew where to get off.
I was thinking ...
... fun fully living up to the corresponding Canadian stereotypes.
We're staying in the Saint-Roch district of Quebec City. It's an older residential area composed of 100 year old buildings and homes centered on Rue Saint Joseph, a hip little street full of cheap restaurants and bars. At first going out here, we were very timid, full of Anglo guilt and expectations of mistreatment from locals for our Francophone ...
We finally left the house before 11am and drove just 35 minutes or so north (on Rt. 175) to one of the many national parcs in the area. These are gigantic places where the entrance (usually there's just one, unlike in Yellowstone, for instance) is possibly 20 miles from what you want to do in the park. We tried to get reservations for innertubing down the Jacque Cartier River, but they were sold out, so we packed a lunch and went anyway, hoping to be able to get in the ...