Hotel Terrasse Dufferin
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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We left Baie St Paul in good time after another French breakfast at my favourite bakery. While we were short on time, I was keen to stop at Ste Anne de Beaupre, to check out the impressive church, dating back to the 1600s. Apparently the church attracts around 1/2 million pilgrims per year. It is acclaimed for the amount of people who have been said to have been healed through prayer in ...
... with it as I am able to get the jest of it from what I learned in school. We are staying in a neat Hotel. It is called Hotel Port-Royal. It was built around 1850 and, was a factory. It has been refurbished and is very quaint. We are only two blocks from the dock and the Ruby was docked there as we came by it from the ...
... large Lake Jean, the weather was very cold, and we took their suggestions to visit a local zoo in Falardeau. It was really a very nice zoo full of rescued animals. You name it -- lions, tigers, bears, moose, camels, coyotes, wolves -- the list goes on and on. I couldn't catch too much of the interpretation which was all in French but it was a nice way to spend a couple of hours on a cloudy day. We then headed back to the St. Lawrence on the southern Fjord route stopping at Anse ...
... though we took the girls to the indoor / outdoor pool. It is a heated pool that has an inside section and then there is this perspect wall with a 'trap door' that takes you to the outside part. The girls were very keen, Nick and I not so keen. I opted to take the photos and Nick volunteered to supervise!! The girls had a fantastic time swimming in the pool. They both braved the minus temperatures and falling snow to get out and roll in the snow for a photo!!! They had a wonderful time.
... against the British by the New France colony. Construction started in 1687 and finished in 1723. It was destroyed in battle in 1790, rebuilt in 1810 and the facade restored in 1916.
All in all Quebec City has been my favourite of the three Canadian cities we have visited. It has been relaxing to walk around the old town and fortifications and enjoy the surprisingly warm weather here (well 20 degrees is very warm for this time of year).