Motel Cytadel

Address: 4800 Boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Les Rivieres area of Quebec City, is near Parc Aquarium du Quebec, La Promenade des Gouverneurs, Le Massif, and Grande Allee.
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Camp Penial- Montreal

A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 18, 2014

... Mafia!
Saturday was a free day for us, so a lot of reading got done, several games of basketball were played and many naps were taken. In the evening we played Gorgons together all over the camp and it is a miracle no one had a heart attack from all the suspense!
Sunday morning we packed up and said goodbye to the camp and the staff and loaded up the cars and drove to Montreal for our next series of adventures!
Thank you Camp Penial! Site 3 loved you!

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Ohhhhh Canadaaa

A travel blog entry by youth-in-asia on Jun 23, 2014

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James and Laura's month-long expedition to "Americas top-hat" kicked off in Quebec City, Quebec. The city is rich with history -- founded in 1608 by the French explorer and diplomat Samuel de Champlain, it is actually one of the earliest settlements in North America. The centuries of French influence is what drew us there in the first place, with James eager to polish his lackluster French language skills before the start of graduate school ...

Ferry cross the Lawrence

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 21, 2014

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... Or drunk Mattie stumbling his way to a crowded bar)

The journey was only about 15 minutes each way, and we did have to get off and go through the barriers at Levis before we could embark on our return voyage. This was a good thing to settle nerves, after the captain missed his marker and slammed us in to the side of the docking bay. (Very amusing), and it does only cost $3.75 each way, so well worth doing in ...

Quebec sooo Amazing

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 17, 2013

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... bottom of this road is the entrance to the true Lower Old Town. Heading down a flight of 20 steps past restaurants you reach the street of Rue Du Petit Champlain. This old, cobblestone street is the skinniest in North America and is home to the oldestpart of Quebec dating back to the 1700's. As we have many times on this trip we consulted our travel guide and this time Lonely Planet recommended a restaurant on this street that excelled in serving a variety of forms of rabbit. Rox ...

Pride is a non-issue

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 19, 2013

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... Cannes or Monte Carlo and never no the difference. My host this evening has the summer off from work, what a concept! She is preparing for a marionette show in September, but took some time off to have dinner and show me around the city for a bit in the evening. We had a wonderful time, and I will be staying another night if not two in order to really get my fill of the city and eat as many croissants as possible.  Batiscan QC to Quebec QC, 59 miles, day ...