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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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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... chateau didn't happen. A lot of the stuff at the Plains of Abraham had been cancelled. There was ************e at any of the pubs. Seriously? We were so excited about Canada day. I guess we should have expected that, being in a part of Canada that doesn't actually want to be part of Canada. It is also moving day in Quebec. Most house leases end on the 1st, so everyone moves house on the same day. Seems strange to me, but maybe thats where everyone ...
... Quebec City. Quebec City's historic Old Town is the only walled city in North America. After a short walk through the narrow streets, we took the funicular to the Upper Town. The combination of architecture, trees, flowers, and even a black squirrel made our trip a visual delight and of course there was the stop at Starbucks. Back on the ship, Lee headed for a workout and I began work on the blog. Tonight we have a dinner reservation at the Polo ...
... entertainment and as I mentioned really really really cold toes. If ice skates weren't difficult enough already then adding hills and gaps that need clearing just makes it absolutely unreal and the skill of the athletes was amazing. Pity we couldn't stay for the finals which attract a massive crowd but we had bigger fish to fry with a cultural hit to come in Montreal. Stay tuned amigos. Barney xx Kilometres driven: ...
... and thus they surrendered the moment the English troops turned up to take over the city!
By the time we left, it was around 3:30 and I was still feeling very lethargic. We rode bikes to a cute little cafe and shared a coffee, baguette, and croissant. This recuperated me a little, and we continued on bikes for the hunt for the underground mall!
We found it, after some confusing maps and directions from people, and Matthew found some shoes that were ...
... followed by seconds of sweet and sour chicken, and then a plate of desert including jelly and sticky date pudding. I justified it on the long walk I had done the day before....
We arrived in Quebec and our first stop was the lookout where we were able to clearly see the separation of the old and new city. Quebec is the only fortified wall city in North America so the boundaries are very distinct.
Our final stop was a visit to the Old ...