Super 8 Hotel - Quebec City / Ste Foy
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It’s a little more than an hour’s flight from New York to Quebec City, the most European, or rather French city, in North America. The city situated on the banks of the St Lawrence River has become a favourite destination for cruise ships. The day we arrive, unusually warm and sunny for the time of year, the walled old city, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is packed with tourists freshly disembarked from two ships recently docked.
... down convertibles and bachelorette parties in this part of town. Our last day in Quebec we headed to a barbecue festival downtown on the river, where Laura insisted we go to see how the Canadians measure up in terms of BBQ. We were both very pleasantly surprised after ranking the delicious turkey legs we ate as #1 (and we've been to our fair share of medieval festivals). Afterwards we trekked back to the bus station where we bought our tickets ...
Following another huge day yesterday and fun night last night we rose this morning at 9am following a good nights sleep. This morning was our last in Montreal so the first thing we did after breakfast was to pack our bags up and clear up Rish's loungeroom. We were very grateful to Rish for having us and showing us a true Montreal experience. Our experience wasn't completely over as our train to Quebec city didnt depart until 1pm this afternoon so we placed our gear into ...
... br> We went back to the house and started packing everything into the car.
0830: We set off.
I am all squashed up between pots and pans, watermelons and tomatoes.
Soon we reached the wedding place. I am so cold, but the others seems fine in their shirts and shorts.
The kitchen is beautiful, those kind you see on TV... Big ovens and wide shining tables. My first thought is that "This kitchen must be new, it is very well-taken ...
... it was Thanksgiving public holiday we could park anywhere in the city that had a parking meter for free. So we headed through town and found a park on Cote Dinan near the ramparts.
Much of the city's most notable architecture is located east of the fortification walls in Vieux-Québec (Old Quebec) and Place Royale. This area has a distinct European feel with its stone buildings and winding streets lined with shops and restaurants. Porte St-Louis ...