Quebec City Soon!

Aug 12th, 1999, 01:57 PM
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Quebec City Soon!

Any great ideas, suggestions, restaurants, places to see, etc for young-in-spirit , middle-aged couple who will be in QC this weekend? Our kids are at camp---thought we'd have a get-away weekend! Thanks!
Aug 12th, 1999, 07:40 PM
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Restaurants: La Casse Crepe, Couchon Dingue and for really authentic Quebec food - Aux Anciens Canadiens. Take a romantic buggy ride through Old Quebec. There's a farmer's market on the Pier. Just wander around and enjoy the cafes. There's lots of restaurants along Grand Allee. You must visit the Chateau Frontenac. Maybe you can get a room there!
Aug 12th, 1999, 08:40 PM
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Thanks, Tom, for your advice! The Chateau Frontenac is booked, but we're planning on checking to see if they get a cancellation. We have a place to stay the first night ( Hotel Clarendon) so we'll see how it goes. Thanks again!
Aug 17th, 1999, 09:30 AM
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Cathryn: Wondering how you found the Clarendon. Our first choice is fully booked, and the Clarendon has been recommended. Were you comfortable there?
Aug 17th, 1999, 12:04 PM
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We just returned from QC and stayed at the Hilton. It was very nice - good location (next to Parliament buildings right outside the old city gates & Grand Allee area), outdoor pool, and connected to an underground mall (great for grabbing a quick coffee/juice in the morning at the food court). We got a pretty good rate ($113CAD/night).
We enjoyed the "Les Beatles" show at the caberet theatre. The "Quebec Experience" show was a kick too. Also the daily 10am Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Citadel is fun. The Grand Allee area is more hopping at night then the old city area. Loved the Aux Anciens Canadiens restaurant.

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