Residence de la Cite

Address: 420, de la Cite, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 6C1, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the La Cite area of Quebec City, is near Erico - Creative chocolate shop and chocolate museum, J.A. Moisan Épicier, Place d'Youville, and Saint-Roch.
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    Travel Blogs from Quebec City

    Much of Canada looks Canadian

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 01, 2015

    13 photos

    If you took away the french speaking people then much of Quebec state looks Canadian. Big homes, big cars, lots of pine trees. Quebec City however looks more French, or the old quarter does anyway. It's pretty old by colonial North American standards too, many buildings dating back to the 1600's. The old quarter being encased within the city walls, up on a small mount. Of course a few new buildings have crept into the old quarter, not least the Fairmont hotel, which is a huge ...

    Grosse Île - Island of Tears

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... cemeteries, and talking with national park guides. We were surprised by the wealth of information about not only immigration but also about the battle against infectious diseases. I've been reading a book about "The Birth of the Modern: World Society 1815-1830" by Paul Johnson covering a wide range of factors that Johnson believes made these fifteen years pivotal in the transition to a new ...

    Quebec sooo Amazing

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 17, 2013

    23 photos

    ... view of the city and the St Lawrence river. It also gave us views of the Chateau Fontenac towering over the city but more on that later. Our path took us along the sides of the citadel along the top of the moat like gap between the outer and inner walls, one of the many defensive features of this fort. The citadel was built in the early 1800's by the British for two purposes. They feared attack from the Americans and also revolt from the French speaking Quebec population ...

    Quebec City

    A travel blog entry by knightc on Jun 19, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... is used for siding also. Stone and brick houses are also common.

    I had read that motorcycles were not allowed in the old city and as we approached I looked for signs to that effect. The only one that I saw was one that directed motorcycles to the left just before the city gate. That was pretty vague - not a motorcycle with a line through it or anything so we carried on. Bob parked in a ten minute zone and I went ...

    Day trip to Quebec City

    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Oct 08, 2012

    60 photos

    ... most populous city in Quebec after Montreal, which is about 233km to the southwest. Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. The ramparts surrounding Old Quebec (Vieux-Québec) are the only fortified city walls remaining in the Americas north of Mexico.

    We arrived at the outskirts of Quebec City around 11:15. First we went to the information centre, to use the toilet and get some brochures and ask about parking. She ...