Hotel Le Cavalier du Moulin

Address: 58, rue Saint-Louis, Quebec City, Quebec, QC G1R 3Z3, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 58, rue Saint-Louis, Quebec City.
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      ... down the Escalier Casse-Cou (Breakneck Stairs)--very steep, but we all made it safely! Our guide, Jacques, pointed out interesting sights along the way as we made our way to Place Royale and saw the Notre-Dame des Victoires church. This parish was established 350 years ago and this is the oldest stone church in Quebec, dating from 1688. Place Royale itself is considered to be the birthplace of French North America.
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      A travel blog entry by misspollock on Oct 06, 2012

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      ... was fascinating. Not only did we get to see Quebec from another perspective, the narrator was in costume! We also heard a lot about the history that surrounds this beautiful city.
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