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Spend the Holidays in Old Quebec

Old Quebec, with its cobblestoned streets and 17th-century slate-roofed buildings, looks like a fairy-tale village, one with a French accent. No need for a car; this town is made for walking—and skating, skiing, and sledding.

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Destinations: Quebec City

Inspired by: Check In! — by Barbara Peck, Published May. 2004 Holidays Away! | T+L Family — by Marialisa Calta, Published Nov. 2006

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    Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

    Recently renovated 1893 landmark hotel set above the St. Lawrence River within the walls of Old Quebec. Aristocrat-worthy furnishings, such as carv

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    Le Café du Monde

    Located beside the Old Port cruise terminal, this waterfront eatery serves Parisian-style bistro fare amid panoramic views of the St. Lawrence Rive

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    Chez Temporel

    Set along a quiet side street between the bustling Old Port and Rue St.-Jean districts, Chez Temporel has been a haven for affordable breakfasts, l

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    Terrasse Dufferin

    Terrasse Dufferin, which is perched just below the iconic Fairmont Château le Frontenac, is a public park with sweeping vistas of the St. Lawrence

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    Patinoire de la Place d'Youville

    The skating rink at Place d'Youville, in windswept Upper Town, is always packed.

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    Plains of Abraham

    The Plains of Abraham is one of Canada’s most scenic monuments, as well as hallowed ground for French and British soldiers who fought and died ther

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    Benjo

    Benjo is an innovative children’s toy store in the lively Saint-Roch neighborhood. Located directly across from L’Église Saint-Roch and with a gree

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    Quebec City

    Settled by French fur-traders 400 years ago, Quebec City has never lost its Gallic heritage (there's excellent bread baked around every corner, shelves of local cheeses in neighborhood markets). Th...

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