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257 Rue St-Vallier Est, Quebec City, G1K 3P4, Canada
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Enjoying a drink with my friend Julie on the patioEnjoying a drink with my friend Julie on the patio

Wolfe's men climbed up these cliffsWolfe's men climbed up these cliffs

Family with my Mom and friends, Quebec, CanadaFamily with my Mom and friends, Quebec, Canada

Quebec architectureQuebec architecture

Forum Posts

Honeymoon Hotel

by Karlie85

Hi everyone. Me and my fiance are going on our honeymoon to Montreal, and are planning a few days in Quebec City. We've been looking at hotel websites/reviews/etc., and there are quite a few that look good. However I am torn because they pretty much all have an equal amount of good and bad reviews.
I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a good boutique-type hotel that is in the $150-$275 price range (the lower the better!).
Thanks a bunch.

Re: Honeymoon Hotel

by YVRDave

I like this little hotel in Quebec www.hotellepriori.com/

In Montreal there are so many choices, Hotel Vogue is one that comes to mind and the W

Re: Honeymoon Hotel

by Jefie

I agree, Le Priori is a really nice little hotel. The most popular boutique hotel in Quebec City at the moment is Hotel 71 (http://www.hotel71.ca), but it might be a bit more expensive (around $200-$250) then Le Priori. Hope you have a great honeymoon!

Re: Honeymoon Hotel

by Pomerol

I also agree with Le Priori.

You may also want to check Auberge Saint-Antoine for a honeymoon you 'll never forget: http://www.saint-antoine.com/

You get get good deals if you book ahead of time (200$ or so).

Richard

Re: Honeymoon Hotel

by Karlie85

Thanks everybody! We have booked Le Priori for a few days.

Travel Tips for Quebec

Strolling

by btex

Walking in Old Quebec, you'll find strategically placed canons. They're out of use though. Probably had something to do with the military history of Quebec City. Old Quebec is ideal for taking a stroll. It's not too big and not too small. I wandered around the narrow avenues and quaint buildings, not to mention the wall that surrounds the old town - it was especially good at night when everything was lit up.
http://www.quebecregion.com/ roaming around Old Quebec.

Ice Hockey Passion

by jamiesno

People throughout Canada love their game of Hockey and in Quebec they are probably a little more passionate.

The Montreal Canadians or Habs are loved in Montreal and in Quebec they miss the old Quebec Nordiques I am sure. They were the NHL team that moved to Colorado know known as the Avalanche.

Here in this picture I found some people playing hockey right in the middle of the city.

They call a pick up hockey game like this one a game of "shiney". It's just a group of people out on the ice playing for fun, no goalies or anything.

French Food and Drink # 3 - The Breakfast Crepes!

by jamiesno

Here in this picture is a very tasty mushroom, ham and cheese breakfast crepe from Casse Crepe Breton on Rue Saint Jean.

You will see plenty of Creperie's around Old Quebec.

It is definitely a traditional meal.

Enjoy your crepes :-)

Packing List

by violette_ca

taxe refund
http://www.goingtocanada.gc.ca/visiting/tax-refunds.aspx

Quebec city it's french speaking but many peoples speak english too and can help you. No problem in restaurants, hotels, museum, stores...

Undiscovered art

by Tom_In_Madison

the highways with their overpasses and underpasses usually are pretty ugly under all that concrete. Not here. They've got their supports holding up the highways painted all sorts of different things here.

Walking from the bus station to the right, you'll see the network of highways taking you here and there. As you get closer, you'll notice all the concrete supports are painted. Some old time roman themes, some in many other themes. It makes an area that is usually not so pretty, rather interesting. They've all been done up very nice. So next time you walk by here, stop and check it out. Nice job Quebec.

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