- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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Seems to be the question every Canadian asks when they find out we are Australian. I am certain that summer is stunning in canada, there are parks everywhere with beautiful trees and gardens, great wilderness and huge expanses of farmland, but we get that in oz too! What we don't get is 5 foot snow banks, having to give way to snow ploughs (which …
... truly a magical evening. Later, we returned to our small room with a view of the valet courtyard, and wondered about the intermittent sound that sounded a bit like rolling carts below and above us. But it was fairly muted and we knew a storm was coming in. Because it was so warm I had opened the windows, and at 4:40 in the morning I awoke to a sound like a jackhammer coming through the window. The sound continued and got louder. I got up ...
... the sun came out and we were sweating in no time! I hate this unpredictable weather!
On our walking tour we passed through Saint Louis Gate, around the city walls which we followed to The Plains of Abraham (The site of the 1759 battle between the French and British empires), along Dufferin Terrace which looks across the St Lawrence River, Fairmont Chateu Frontenac (the most photographed hotel in the world!), the old town and finishing infront of 'The Fresco of Quebecers' ...
... the park is up high and along the rivers edge, sort of. So it was so windy. It was freezing. There was missive blocks of ice in black plastic. They were the size of a garden shed? Then I noticed 1 sculpture and a really long block of ice being worked on next to it.This was just before the entrance, so I was able to walk past and take a few photo's. There is a lot of work being done out in ...
... old Quebec Information Centre) and stop if you can where you want. For Richard it is easy to go right as you don't need to cross over the road and we just enjoyed the scenery. Parked the car at Chocolaterie de I'Isle d'Orleans checked out all the chocolates didn't tempt Richard at all. Crossed the road and walked the promenade next to the river where you can see Quebec in one direction and the bridge in the other took ...