Relais Charles-Alexandre

Address: 91 Grande-Allee Est, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 2H5, Canada | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located in the La Cite area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Joan of Arc, Observatoire de la Capitale, and Grand Théâtre de Québec.
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    Travel Blogs from Quebec City

    Bonjour From Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... of the old city, a house built in 1793 by one James Thompson (no relation, as far as we know, to the former Governor of Illinois). He was born in Scotland in 1733 and -- amazingly -- lived to the age of 97! He lived here most of his life and the house he built stayed in his family until 1957. The stone walls are about two feet thick. (Pictures will be on the ...

    Long Haul Transit

    A travel blog entry by hjgm on May 04, 2014

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    ... br> And now I could shower and sleep :-)

    Now it's 4 May and I have flown from La Guardia airport to Montreal and onward to Quebec.

    At Montreal I went to immigration and my work permit! It was easier than I expected.the officer didn't ask to see proof or insurance funds. Honestly, you get more questions on entry into the USA! I wasn't overly impressed with the way they do the work permit.it is simply a piece of paper folded ...

    Great Tasting Quebec

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

    11 photos

    ... an included history tour..bonus...we had tossed up whether or not to do a historical walking tour but there were none offered for free and two paid walking tours was a little out of our budget at a hefty $50 per head (and we werent giving up the food tour) so this just worked out perfectly. Our first stop happened to be a historical one rather than food but we didnt mind as what we learnt was quite interesting. We stopped at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the first Anglican Cathedral ...

    Last Days- Of Summer Quebec and Solo travelling

    A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Aug 30, 2013

    2 photos

    ... br>
    I talked to myself for a full 30 minutes while waiting for Marta to fetch me.

    13. My appetite for new experience

    I ignore stares and climbed up the cannon like the other children. I took funny pictures. I climbed the hill when there are stairs. And more..

    14. Ear Piece

    So I can hear dear's voice loud and clear.

    (to be continued)

    Well done michelle. Pat on the shoulder for you.
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    Francophone Quebec

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 14, 2012

    5 photos

    ... park looked atmospheric amongst falling leaves, ghosts hidden in trees, a gallows, witches, spiders, pumpkins and scarecrows - quite a show.
    We worked hard the next two days to be good tourists, learning the history from exhibits and the excellent Museum of Civization - an excellent place to spend a cold Sunday sfternoon- and walking round the old town, reading all the plaques, buying food delicacies from the food market and retreating back to the hotel when ...