La Normandie Hotel/Motel

221 Rte. 132 Ouest, C.P. 129, Perce, Quebec, G0C 2L0, Canada
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Quebec city concert

by MookieStephens

Is anyone interested in going 2 the Paul McCartney concert july 20th in quebec city?

its for free


Re: Quebec city concert

by Pomerol

Hey Michael,

There will be you and about 100,000 people. Here is a link to the show:

It should be great fun. If you and/or others need help with your visit to Quebec City, just let me know but book a room early because the City is bustling with activities right now.


Re: Quebec city concert

by MookieStephens

i dont think I can get organized enough to make it but thanks for the website very much.


Travel Tips for Quebec

Quebec City Architecture

by rmdw

Quebec City offers a wide range of fabulous old architecture, much of it several hundred years old. My favourite thing to do in Quebec City is just wander the cobblestone streets, looking at the glorious old, but well preserved, buildngs.

Definately a mutli-lingual...

by seth0919

Definately a mutli-lingual city....maybe even more french than english, however as 'punk' college kids...we may not have been the best guests causing the local to be less than receptive. The night life was fun, obviously a slightly younger crowd with the 18 year old drinking age...but the old and new city are beautiful to walk through at night and it's a relatively safe city (from what I remember)

St. Jean Baptiste Day

by Blatherwick

The Fête nationale du Québec ("Quebec National Holiday") is the official day of Quebec, Canada. The festivities occur on June 23 and June 24 and are organized by the Comité organisateur de la fête nationale ("national holiday organizing committee"). Originally, June 24 was a holiday honouring the patron saint of French Canada, St. John the Baptist.

Quebec City, and in particular the Plains of Abraham, become the focal point of the holiday. There are a number of Quebecois bands that play on a large stage and a huge bonfire is lit nearby. The crowds are tremendous and moving around is difficult. Everywhere people are on the streets drinking, hanging from the walls, and revelling down Grand Allee. Remember these words if you go. "Bonne St. Jean!"

The origins of the traditional festivities are more than 2000 years old. Among several European peoples, the summer solstice was the object of pagan celebrations. Fires were lit during the night in this period of the year when the days are longest. With the arrival of Christianity, the celebration of the event remained; however, it took a new spiritual significance. The celebration of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste was a very popular event in the France of the Ancien régime. The tradition landed in North America with the first French colonists. According to the Jesuit Relations, the first celebrations of this Christian day in New France took place around 1638.

In 1977, a ministerial decree of the government of René Lévesque made June 24 the national holiday of Quebec. Saint-Jean-Baptiste day thus became the day of all Quebecers rather than only those of French-Canadian origins.

On a more historical note, in...

by Deus_ultima

On a more historical note, in french again (sorry!) I recommend Jacques Lacoursiere's:
'Histoire Populaire du Québec'

Mr. Lacoursiere is very well know for the way he makes history a easy and interesting read. You can also buy the video tapes of the tv-series that has same title that were translated in english too.

Go Remparts Go!

by Jefie

Football is not the only sport that's doing well in Quebec City - last season, the Quebec Remparts, the city's major junior hockey team, won the national championship. Coached by former NHL goalie Patrick Roy, the team plays at the Colisee, where the Quebec Nordiques used to play, and always puts on a good show for their fans. Tickets are only $12 and again this year there are many young talented players hoping to make it into the NHL so why not stop by the Colisee if you're in Quebec City? That way you too will be able to say "I saw him play when he was just a kid"! It's an arena so make sure to wear something warm even if it's hot outside.


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Address: 221 Rte. 132 Ouest, C.P. 129, Perce, Quebec, G0C 2L0, Canada