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help! quebec city with a toddler.

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i am so confused about quebec city. We want to take my 2 year old there for 3 nights. We will be driving from boston and had a few questions:
-should we get a hotel in the old city or new city? is walking a big problem? i am pregnant and cant walk up the hill a lot.
-should we get a hotel outside the city and just take their shuttles? any recommendations for around $100 a night?
-should we use public buses or trains? would they drop us right to the hotel?
-should we drive? is that difficult? can we find parking? we dont have gps and have no knowledge of french.
i guess i basically need recommendations for a hotel where we can park our car and take public transport or shuttle easily.
thanks

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