Super 8 Hotel - Quebec City / Ste Foy

Address: 7286 Blvd Wilfrid Hamel, Quebec City, Quebec, G2G 1C1, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Laurentien area of Quebec City, is near Parc Aquarium du Quebec, La Promenade des Gouverneurs, Le Massif, and Highway 132.
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    Travel Blogs from Quebec City

    Much of Canada looks Canadian

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 01, 2015

    13 photos

    ... sun was out today too, brilliant blue skies, and quite warm sitting in the sunshine. There's a huge wooden deck, I think it is called Le Terrasse, that runs along the edge of the old city, almost like a promenade, but set slightly back from the riverside. Quite a few people are wandering up and down the Terrasse, some skateboarding, and you can imagine it being packed on weekends. There are a few squares dotted around town too, typically French with people sitting outside ...


    A travel blog entry by hartwell on Oct 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... it became part if Canada in 1863. The province of Quebec fought to retain it's heritage and unlike the other provinces where the first language is English, it's first language is French. It is the second largest province on Canada and we also discovered that 70% of the Canadian population is within 300 miles of the Canadian/USA border. After seeing the sites, we got off at the Hotel Fairmont and had lunch in the La Sam ...

    Grosse Île - Island of Tears

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... was looking for ways to populate its interior. Massive Canadian promotional campaigns presenting Garden of Eden-type farming opportunities drew the restless, the desperate, and the dispossessed in greater and greater numbers, waves of mostly poor hopeful Europeans that overwhelmed the receiving ports in Canada.

    Ships in the early 19th century were primarily built to bring timber ...

    Quebec sooo Amazing

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 17, 2013

    23 photos

    ... a lot of the history and function of the citadel in this time. We joined our group of about 10 and our hugely enthusiastic quide in the forecourt. The girl introduced herself, gave us a brief history of the citadel and commenced leading us on our tour. We passed large barracks, a huge concrete parade ground/helipad and many nice gardens. The first port of call was a museum that showed the history of the 22nd battallion of the French speaking Canadian guards who have been based ...

    Quebec City

    A travel blog entry by knightc on Jun 19, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Fort Museum where they have some sort of multi media show about the battle on the Plains of Abraham but before we did that we walked around a bit and stopped at a sidewalk cafe for lunch. Actually it was a sort of narrow lane where artists were selling their paintings. Bob had a croque monsieur and and I had poutine. Afterwards Bob suggested a horse and carriage tour. Our driver was Francois and the horse was named Jack. T he ...