Residence de la Cite

420, de la Cite, Quebec City, G1K 6C1, Canada
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August 16 to August 19

by nyceagle1633

Is there any events during this weekend ?

What is a good recommendation for a small inn or bed & breakfast ?

How far of a drive from Montreal to Quebec City is it ?

Thanks, Larry

Re: August 16 to August 19

by Pomerol

You don't really need a special event. The City is always bustling with activities. But to answer your question there is no specific event that week end other than Expo-Quebec which starts on the 15th (or thereabout) and lasts until the end of the month.

For a good B&B with perfect location, try Le Manoir d'Auteuil ( The owners speak English and are very accommodating. If you book, tell them Richard sent you. But book ahead, hotles are kind of ful in the summer.

The drive between Montreal and Quebec is about 2-2.5 hours.

Write agian if you need more info.

Re: August 16 to August 19

by nyceagle1633

I emailed to see reservation possiblity, thank you. I was just wondering about events, I really don't need an event to see a city, just curious. Thanks.

Anyone else have suggestions ?

Places to eat a good french meal under 100 canadian dollars ? 80 canadian dollars!


Re: August 16 to August 19

by Pomerol

One of the best values for money in the city is Le Graffiti on Cartier Street. You will not be disappointed. Be careful not to fall for the tourist traps along Grande Allée and St Louis Street.

L'Echaudé is also a very good bet. Their duck confit is the best in the city. You'll find it on Sault-au-Matelot street.

Have fun.

Re: August 16 to August 19

by nyceagle1633

Exactly, avoid the traps, if you can think of anything else, especially culinary, please provide tips.

Also, what are the nicest parks to walk and just sit on bench & relax?

Re: August 16 to August 19

by chibouqui

well u just miss new french festival..
it's very nice if u can see it...
and the military festival the week after...

The driving about 3 hours...

Re: August 16 to August 19

by chibouqui

for the best foods, my fav restoren is Cafe du monde, closed to Laurent river, good view.. or just go to grand alée, lots of choice of canadian foods.

Re: August 16 to August 19

by nyceagle1633

Keep giving tips - - thanks - - now we are thinking of week of Sept 10 !

Larry K

Re: August 16 to August 19

by chibouqui

go trekking in mount st annie, its beautiful during autumn..
or just rent a car and driving around l'île d'Orléans.
take a boat..

Re: August 16 to August 19

by akilam

I suggest you to go out of Montreal or Quebec city, Go see Mt-Tremblant, a superbe mountain, 2 hours from Montreal, There is a festival of Blues all summer and a lot of other things to do,Or go to Zec, fishing on a boathouse, or go to Mt Megantic to see the stars at the observatory, open to public, one off the most beautifull place to see. Or go on a lake do skying, blablabla so many things to do here you will be out off time and stay more longer. there are restaurants in every villages, don't worry, it is always good you should try La poutine tipical recipe, no-where in the world,you will enjoy Meet french people, If you like have a beer...Well tell me if you need more info, I am tours leaders.

Travel Tips for Quebec

Walk around the 'Old City,'...

by dzni

Walk around the 'Old City,' which is a walled area of Quebec sitting on the banks of the St. Lawrence. Here is where pretty much everything you'll want to see is located. But seriously, just walk around, you'll enjoy yourself. Stop in the shops, check out the little restaruants here and there. And if you're old enough, stop in at a pub.

Fantastic Shopping

by Radiomom

Shopping in Montreal was a great deal of fun, even if it was extremely cold! While we'd brought ski clothes, we found we needed more scarves and warmer hats than we'd brought. There were such beautiful warm walking boots, too. Do these people look cold? And that was before we went ice skating!

Room To Rent, Great Location Lower Town

by Mikebb

Walking through the lower town there were many interesting sights, but one that took my eye was the Room To Let sign in the middle of the tourist precinct. It gave an insight to the cost of living. I cannot read or understand French and cannot comment whether it was a good deal.

If your a first time camper....

by MickeyMuse

We pack many, many things in all different size of Ziploc baggies. Prevents spillage and keeps things handy for those trips to the showers. Speaking of the showers, always make sure that you have change for the showers. Again...put the camera in plastic. Make the tent the most accessible item to remove from the car, that way when you're beat and just wantto get the tent up, you don't have to go digging for it. Don't forget to use sealer on the tent seams and always bring a tarp and mosquito/bug spray. If you're travelling out of the US with your pets, keep their vaccination records in a handy spot.

The best ice-cream I've ever had

by King_Golo

Just opposite Québec City lies the small town if Lévis (pronounced Leevee). Many tourists take the ferry to there just to get a good view of QC and Château Fontenac, but only a few ever leave the ferry terminal to discover Lévis. If you want to be one of those few and enjoy the world's best chocolate-covered ice-cream, turn right after leaving the terminal, climb the steep stairs to your left and turn left into the second or third street you pass. There you'll see a rather unimposing building with a sign reading "Le chocolat favoris". That's where you get the world's best chocolate-covered ice-cream (and many other delicacies)!
You can choose between 5 sizes of ice-cream, but be warned: already the baby size is as big as a normal ice-cream. Your ice will be covered with chocolate which is so thick and crusty you actually have a hard time reaching the ice. But -oh!- it's soooooo yummy!


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Address: 420, de la Cite, Quebec City, G1K 6C1, Canada