Hotel Le Voyageur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Voyageur Quebec City
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... 10th deck this time, so higher up and about midship with a balcony. Our cabin is bigger with a larger lounge/desk area. Have opted for an unlimited laundry package for $49 for the week and have made good use of that – should arrive at Paula's with everything washed and pressed. We were meant to ...
... were more icebergs around, and of course, it was summer when we were there.
The frozen Montmorency Waterfalls was just incredibly beautiful - frozen water on top of the fall and water gushing underneath. You could hear the sound of the fall, but you could not see the water under the ice.
When the waiter at breakfast tells you to take care when you step out, as it rained the night before, and rain + snow = ice, and the cobbled stones ...
... somehow I watch time and again as a !@#$%!@ Ford F-150 makes a B-line for innocent tourists before parking in the loading zone in front of the house I am renting, while I pay 4 billion dollars a day to park in underground parking deck. One car, annoying but fine. Seriously though-rows of cars two deep? and by the way: putting your hazards on means you have a hazard, not "i am going to park illegally ...
... And if someone is engaged, it is often during a civil wedding and less in a religious way. On this, I agree with her. About the families, she told me that in BC, they never saw a family with more than three kids. Where she comes from, the families count between one and three children, so she was really surprised when she heard that some families in Quebec could have more than, sometimes, ten children. ...
... to the upper city. We took the steps...
I expected the upper part of the city to be relatively small, but it's not - it's a whole other series of ancient but beautiful buildings and cobbelstone streets (watch your step!).
The main attraction of the upper city, if not all Quebec, is the Frontenac Hotel. This is another one of those really large "destination" hotels built by the railroad guys here in Canada. As ...