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Walking the area is not tiring. Beautiful area to visit. Close to Old Quebec City. The tour bus has a stop their.The "on" and "off" tour bus.The area is close to St Jean St. which has a lot of Cafe's on it.
We were staying on rue Saint-Jean, so this public square was near by. It is easy to locate if you use the huge towering Marriott Hotel as you landmark as it is right in front of it. There are benches for sitting and relaxing, but...More
I'm not a good ice skater but my husband grew up skating and he said that this location was by far the best scenic view he had ever skated in. Since we were tourist we rented our skates for a few bucks and skated around...More
My husband, three daughters and I needed some fresh air on Christmas day and heading to this square for some skating around dusk. It is not obvious, but there is a big inside space to put on your skates and stow your bags. The also...More
Our Marriott Hotel was conveniently located right on this huge concrete square. The place is converted into a lighted skating rink in winter, but when we visited it was a hangout for tons of young skate boarders, who seemed to be performing for a constant...More
During Winter Carnival bring your ice skates. In the summer bring your appetite and wear your sneakers as there are shopping opportunties galore and ethnic culinary delights. Numerous small restaurants with middle eastern cuisine abound that are just off the beaten path and side streets...More
This beautiful outdoor rink boasts a warm changing room with skate rentals available. The restrooms are clean and the rink is very well maintained. It is surrounded by beautiful buildings and architecture; the effect is truly magical. Skating here was one of the highlights of...More