Quality Suites Quebec City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... after an initial freak out at the steepness of the hill, he did well. Very cold again -25c or colder at the top and with the wind! We decided to sleep in tomorrow after NYE and go to a place on D'Orleans Island to dog sled, snow mobile and ice fish and come back for another days skiing on Friday. So it was home to shower, relax and get ready to go out to dinner at our favourite restaurant in ...
... br> We we caught the Funiculaire du Vieux-Quebec up to the Upper town travelling at a 45 degree angle. The Funiculaire is one if the oldest businesses in the region and has been operating since 1879.
It had just started to rain so we decided it was time to visit Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. The hotel was designed by American architect Bruce Price using architectural styles of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance ...
... entered an empty restaurant. The building itself was an old style Quebec building that had been extensively renovated. Inside was beautifully decorated and immaculately setup so each table looked pristine with a variety of crockery, cutlery and glassware adourning thr tabletop. There were about 10 tables on the first floor along with a few downstairs. As we had seen on our food tour there was also a huge walk in wine cellar filled with so many amazing bottles of white, red ...
... visited the famous hotel Fountainac. Prices were very high, in my view. We adapted by buying bread and cheese and eating in our room. I took a few photos of the menu prices to give you a feel for the prices.The weather began to change our second day in Quebec. It got colder and darker as clouds rolled in. We visited the Catholic Church also named after the famous Notre Dame Basilica in France.
Our last day we took the bus back ...
... to the Montmorency Falls, which Balti had recommended I see. That was lovely to be out on the open water again, and I got a great view of the city. It also gave me clear perspective on how the 1759 battle for Quebec City took place when I saw a show on it at the Musee Du Fort the following day. The big island in the gulf, Il d'Orleans, is nine kilometres long, and is linked to the mainland now by the big suspension bridge you'll see in the photo I took. It was used as a base ...