Hotel Marie Rollet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Marie Rollet Quebec City
We asked for a quiet room, and two beds. The bed request may have limited them to offering us the room in front on the first floor. Many trucks and busses in the street during the day time caused a lot of noise. into the room. There was a major construction across the street where a large hotel was building what looked like an underground parking lot. The place was quiet at night after work hours. Clean and neat, staff were friendly, but it cost us about $200 US a night after taxes,
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... get into the city-centre. It was like Groundhog Day... or Jour de la Marmotte as they call it in Québec!
We strolled the boulevards, squares, parks and cobbled lanes, leaving no stone unturned.
And found time for more café au lait consumption along with shrugging of shoulders and exaggerated facial expressions. We were getting good at this. Maybe we were ...
... pill before I hit the hay tonight so I will be able to maneuver tomorrow.
Since I was the last minute booking the space (I am using AirBnB for these bookings) the owner asked for a little extra time to get things ready. So I got here an hour early, but there is a nice stoop and I sat there and read. (Karen Irving has published 3 books and I am really liking the first one so far. Haven't gotten too far into it (about 5/6 chapters) but it is keeping my attention. And that's a ...
... they are there to stroll through or sit in. Quebec City also has the Terrasse Dufferin, beside which the famous Fairmont Chateau Frontenac sits. Kate and I spent a lot of time simply walking the terrace enjoying the view, and indeed the flatness of it. On our last night we even went up there to say goodbye, and for Kate to take one last photograph, just in case she didn't have enough.
It occurred to us that we may never see ...
... de Soliel company, which is being shown down near the docks in the Lower City. The show starts at 9:15, but on Abe's walk a couple of nights ago, he found that people were lining up at 8:30pm to get seats. We'll need to get there about 8:15 -- cross your fingers that the kids can wait for an hour or so. At least it's not a million degrees. PS -- The show was well worth the wait. Jaw dropping -- unbelievable skills -- great music -- super cool. Unbelievable that it was ...
... but he was in agony for the rest of the holidays! Needless to say, from then on, when I tried to hold his hand whilst walking, there was some resistance and the comment.... "you better not fall down again"
We would like to come back to this beautiful place, either in winter or in the warmer season. It will be looking different with lots of other activities to do.
On to Whistlers in British Columbia on the West of Canada.