Quebec City Bed and Breakfast Inns
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Au Petit Chateau (Quebec City, Quebec)
Au Petit Chateau is a 1910 three-storey brick Victorian mansion located in an quiet location 5 minutes driving to the ferry to Old Quebec. This romantic getaway is lavishly furnished with antiques. All rooms have air conditioning, plenty of windows and great views overlooking the St-Lawrence River.... [more]
Auberge Douceurs Belges (Quebec City, Quebec)
A country retreat perfect for a romantique rendez-vous, a breaks from the daily routine, or a peaceful get away between business meeting. 12 minutes aways from Québec City's International Airport and just 7 Km's to Old Quebec area. Plenty of free parking at the Inn. Come, relax or take care of... [more]
Battlefields Bed & Breakfast (Quebec City, Quebec)
Residential area between University Campus,historic Quebec City , Place des Congres and Shopping Centers. Accommodations in a 'haut-de-gamme' house with a warm atmosphere and furniture dating back to the Victorian era. We provide free parking, complete breakfasts and are located near Banks, Parks ,... [more]
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Quebec city is the oldest fortified city in North America. It has a population of 705 898 (2003). Its most famous landmark is the Chateau Frontenac a beautiful, romantic castle-like hotel overlooking the river and the historic Plains of Abraham.
The best way to see the old city within the fortifications, is to take a walking tour. The streets are narrow and the buildings, which are a mixture of religious, military and residential date from as early as the 17th century. Outside the walls visit the Citadel, the largest fortification in North America garrisoned by regular troops. Nearby is Dufferin Terrace which commands a spectacular view of the St Lawrence and the old lower town.
The National Battlefields Park encompasses the Plains of Abraham, site of the famous battle when Quebec fell to the British. This park has an excellent interpretive centre and various horticultral displays. It is the venue of a number of open air concerts. The cuisine in Quebec City is world famous and is a unique mixture of old and new world French cooking.
Mt. Baker Lodging, Inc. (accommodations)|
Glacier, Washington, United States
|WASHINGTON STATE: Conveniently located just 2-hours north of Seattle, and 1.5-hours south of Vancouver, B.C., Mt. Baker Lodging is a delightful alternative to the traditional Mt. Baker area bed and... [more]|