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TravelPod Member ReviewsCafe Krieghoff Quebec City
This place had coffee. I like coffee. Coffee Coffee.
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... castle. It was amazing! The following day, went on a city tour of old Quebec City. The city is very historic and has been a middle ground for conflict between the French and English, as well as the English and US during the late 1700s with the battle for independence. The architecture in old Quebec City is actually very interesting because it has a heavy mix of old architecture ...
We head down to the port and do a little walk around the water on this wooden boardwalk. The view wasn’t too impressive though. It’s a working port so there were lots of big tankers loading and unloading ruining the view ha ha ha. But when the view wasn’t blocked, there were some nice mountains and the city across the water looked nice. We climb 320 steps to the view point and again it was ok but not worth the 320 steps. At least we burnt some ...
... see from the photo I have attached, they were not stingie on the use of gold!
Sitting above the Place Royale in the Upper Town is Chateau Frontenac, a palatial hotel built in the 19th century which dominates the landscape regardless of where you are in the city. The views of the city and the river from the Chateau are a sight to behold, especially as the weather was clearing and it was turning out to be a warm, sunny day.
We were given free ...
... family. Case in point being when I told her I hadn't ended up going to the doctor, she said she would make me a tisane, which is a brewed herbal tea involving honey, lemon and a herb I think was oregano, to help my throat that night before I slept. She said it would also help me sleep well. We all sat in the dining room later that evening and had a good chat, her husband speaks a little more English than Balti does. I discovered that they are originally from Tunisia and ...