Quebec, the large French-speaking province in the eastern part of Canada, is an interesting contrast to most of the rest of North America. Offering a culture and lifestyle that merges the "go-go" free-wheeling individualism of North America with a European attitude, it provides the visitor a unique experience.
From the Quebec Travel Guide
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Considering the huge volume of people that go through this large hostel, we were very satisfied with our experience. Everything is kept clean and there is a bar area to socialise in. The location was excellent and the staff were well organised and pleasant! ... more
Quebec OR Ottawa?
Hey guys, I'm planning a 3 week trip to NE America and Canada. My trip plan is: LONDON - BOSTON - MONTREAL - (2 day trip to either Quebec or Ottawa) - NEW YORK - LONDON I'll be taking the greyhound between all these places. I know the horror stories but hey it's cheap, lol. So is Quebec or Ottawa best ...
Dogsledding Quebec City
Hi, Can anyone recommend a dog sledding company in/near Quebec City? There are quite a few outfitters and difficult to decide which one to choose. Will be staying in Quebec City, and will not have a car, so need it to be close, or accessible via public transport. Or maybe a tour from Quebec City ...
Things to do in Quebec, Canada??
Hello fellow travelers! I'm going to Quebec in October for business, but would like to stay a few extra days to travel around on my own. Any suggestions of things to do there, places to check out, how many days one really needs to explore Quebec? Just an FYI that I do enjoy hiking / anything outdoors ...
We are in Quebec city. We walked on the oldest street in north america. There was a lot and I mean a lot of rain. We are going to Montreal next. We have had weird weather. I miss Benji and Ivory plus the bunnies. By Megan ...
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