NJChisoxFan's Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Joan of Arc
Plains of Abraham
We had never been here before, but it was very lovely in June, when many of the flowers were in bloo...
St-Pierre & St-Paul
This area of Old Quebec is always delightful, with its art galleries, restaurants, and fine hotels. ...
44 Chausee des Ecossais
This was a low-key but enjoyable tour of a great old historic building. Tours are in English on the ...
Le Lapin Saute
52 Rue Du Petit-Champlain
We had a pleasant dinner here on the terrace. Started with a goat feta cheese dish (exceptional) and...
71 Saint Paul Street
We enjoyed a good meal on the sidewalk at this casual restaurant. The beet salad starter was very ni...
71 Rue Saint-Pierre
Because it was located right in our hotel and is so highly rated, we had a dinner here, and it was m...
Le Saint-Pierre Auberge Distinctive
79, rue Saint Pierre
We think the best location for staying in QC is in the area of the Museum of Civilization in the low...
Mistral Gagnant - CLOSED
160 Rue St-Paul
This was a tough call because I had a terrific bouillebaisse that was part of a good and reasonable ...
Cafe Bistro du Cap
67, rue du Sault-Au-Matelot
We had a fine meal at this mom and pop bistro. I had the chowder fish stew, which was actually much ...
Musee de la Civilisation
85, Dalhousie street
We only had time to catch two current exhibitions on this trip, but they were both very good. We had...
Upper Town (Haute-Ville)
Be smart: stay in a hotel in the lower town and visit the upper town by funicular from the charming ...