Quality Hotel Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Left at 8am to see old town Quebec City. We had a local Unesco tour guide who told us some of the history of the area, the battles between the British and the French. Quebec City has a big wall that was built to protect them from battles and were usually well protected, until French speaking Scottish soldiers were used by the British army. They …
... see the man making the cones! So many samples of perfectly ripe fruit! I brought ground cherries home because they were unusual to me. I also found herbe de Provence for my mom. I had good Vietnamese at Pho Bac 97, amazing French at L'Express, and I was in pastry heaven everywhere. I had 4 chocolate croissant in my short time there. Why is it so hard to find decent French pastries in New York?! Places I visited/ things to do The religious ceremony was at ...
... t have to be out in the cold when getting to our closest Metro stations. The hotel itself was very nice, with a glass bottom pool over the entrance to the hotel, and the staff working there were friendly and competent. We inquired if there were any cafes open at that time and were told that there was a Starbucks around the corner. But we didn't come all the way to French Canada to have a latte at Starbucks, so after we dropped our stuff in our room ...
... all the snorkel gear, winter clothes, battery charger and gas can, car junk and some books we will need later in Mexico and double wrapped everything in garbage bags. Our fabric cartop carrier has already taken a beating in the wind and weather so some repair to the interior with duct tape was also done to help weatherproof it. We still are on the hunt for a suitable hard top type carrier the right size. Soooo much better for sure. Now we can sit with our ...
... isn't quite adequate for -23 degrees in the wind. We got home and had ice burn where pants had frozen to legs, and completely numb hands....worth it.
The next day was Christmas Eve. We climbed Mount Royal in the snow and the view of the city from the top was weird. All the plumes of steam from the central heating coming from every house made the city look like a factory town. Not so pretty, but then you turn around and all you can see is white ...