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

    Lower Canada

    A travel blog entry by eastcoast2015 on Aug 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... the Citadel.‎ We parked down by where the cruise ships park (ie sea level) and the Citadel is the highest point of the City. I was very grateful for my habit of walking to and from Union Station. My goal was to be in time for the Changing of the Guards ceremony which I've never seen before. I think in the past, we went later in August so the ceremony was finished for the season, To be honest, the ceremony is 40 minutes long and after the first 10 ...

    Day 4 Quebec - day 2 skiing Mt St Anne

    A travel blog entry by melrlewis on Dec 30, 2014

    Up at 7 and another breakfast downstairs, too cold to think about going out for breakfast! Back on the road up to Mt Saint Anne for a second day's skiing. Weather is to be colder today so we're all focussed on staying warm. I left Melinda and the boys to the beginner slope and organised lift passes and then over at the shop bought single use hand / glove warmers - little satches that once exposed to air produce heat for 10 ...

    Beautiful Old Quebec, So much History.

    A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... and the surrounding area. It also allows you to take photos of Chateau Frontenac from a different perspective. At the western tip of the Terrace it turns into the Governors' Promenade which runs along the Citadel and all the way to Battlefields Park which was once the site of clashes between the British and the French armies in 1759 and 1760.

    We continued our walk to Porte Saint-Louise and Porte Saint-Jean and had a brief look at Place D'Youville ...

    You're IT!

    A travel blog entry by agiles on Nov 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... work! For those of you who do not have children while I'm on sabbatical, I apologize in advance, but the chance that I'll be able to make you a quilt is slim to none!

    I managed to make it to the airport in Yellowknife last Wed without getting tagged. I headed to Quebec City for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. It was really, really great to catch up with friends, colleagues, students past and present, and to ...

    I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... lay dying. The French beat a retreat, and the city, what was left of it, fell into British hands. Now that the British held Quebec, they were worried that the French would try to reconquer the territory. In reality, the threat was from the colonies with ambitions in America. They mounted attacks in 1775 and during the war of 1812, both times unsuccessful. If Quebec had fallen, such was the importance of its position that the British would have ceded control of the entire ...