How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews N Hotel Quebec City
Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... basement so Emily, MacKenzie and I curled up on the couch with their fire and some tea to read our books! I am so close to finishing an Irresistable Revolution! We are now showered and in bed and looking forward to sleeping in a little tomorrow.
Tomorrow the plan is to present our research projects and then take a tour of Quebec and learn their history. It sounds like a fun day but all the hills in Quebec make us very uneasy since our entire bodies ache from the ...
... Quebec as Canadians who don't speak any French though, the situation becomes a lot more sensitive.
Many Quebecers are very proud of the French heritage, and stories of French snobbery towards Anglo Canadians are all we've heard from people whom we've told where we were heading next. So far those stories are just that though, stories. During the couple of days that we have spent in the province, people have been ...
... Nevertheless, I managed to still soak up the culture of Quebec City and return to St. John’s with no broken bones.
I only had one full day in Quebec City and decided to spend it visiting the les Musée de la Civilisation and then browsing the boutique stores. Les Musée de la Civilisation offered many different exhibitions ranging from Paris en Scène that told the history of plays and films in Paris from 1889-1914 to Une ...
... shop and sights to see locally Richard unloaded our things from the car (we have a back door).
Finally settled in had a grounded filter coffee relaxed a while before taking the flight of stairs down to the Metro Market for some food. Nice helpful staff there bought a hot chicken for dinner with a pineapple and brie cheese for dessert. The climb back up the stairs was a killer like going up six flights of stairs.
Poor Richard has no TV ...
... a while.
After that, I went back to the hostel once. I talked with room mates there and decided to take a cruise to Levis with them. We walked to the ferry port through Petit Chaplain and the district was like a fairy-tale village. Chateau Frontenac was also beautifully illuminated. Actually, the district is more unforgettable than the cruise to the south shore. Anyway, we took the cruise, but it was freezing on the deck. So we ...