Residence de la Cite

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

    Lower Canada

    A travel blog entry by eastcoast2015 on Aug 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... trip up around Timmins (Ontario) and were heading down to Maine to an vintage plane airshow. They are part of an antique car club - one that is dedicated to century vehicles. One of the vehicles they own is a Rolls Royce Grey Ghost. I tried to sound knowledgeable and not gobsmacked.   (Some people have expensive hobbies.‎) ‎ There was the sound of "home" in Trois Riviere - I heard clipclops. But instead of the ubiquitous buggy in Millbank, ...

    Day 5 Quebec City - skiing and NYE!!

    A travel blog entry by melrlewis on Dec 31, 2014

    13 photos

    ... beats with a fantastic light show all timed to the music. He was setup at the top of a huge scaffolding tower with lights and screens all over it. Josh was very withdrawn tonight and not enjoying himself, he's not good with new situations, crowds and I guess he was tired as well? Matthew on the other hand was showing off his dance "moves" and going wild with the crowd!! He's getting heavy to lift ...

    Beautiful Old Quebec, So much History.

    A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the only city in North America to have conserved the major part of its defence system. Old Quebec is surrounded by a Fortification that was built to protect the city. It was developed between 1608 and 1871 and was Canada's main stronghold during the colonial period. Part of the Fortifications tower over the St Laurent River and covers an area of approximately 4.6kms.

    At the heart of the Fortifications stands the Citadel which was built in 1871. Old ...

    You're IT!

    A travel blog entry by agiles on Nov 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... br> If you are driving out of town, you are exempt once you leave Yellowknife city limits (for the purposes of this competition, town limits shall refer to past the airport)

    The start of Tag coincided with a surprise birthday party for Geoff, the NWTRPA's Executive Director. I sent a text to Rose, one of my colleagues, and asked her to come outside to help me with all of the stuff I had - I didn't want to drop the cupcakes. Silly ...

    I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... means, narrow waters) the city was hard to capture to all but the most determined attacker. It was designed to be a self contained city in itself, able to withstand siege and attack from gun and cannon fire. Enter the British army, and a dogged General Wolfe, who after trying for months to break down French defences, bombarded Quebec from the captured opposite shore until the city was almost in ruins. He then sneakily created a diversion in the harbour with several ships ...