When someone describes Quebec City as being the best parts of Paris transported to the New World, it's more likely than not that they are talking about Grande Allee and the surrounding neighborhood. The charming Victorian architecture provides a wonderful setting for the many cafés and restaurants. It is a perfect place for a leisurely stroll with a friend; it really does remind many people of Paris or a beautiful French provincial town. At night, however, the calm atmosphere is replaced with the excitement of the many bars and clubs. Whether you're looking for a rocking good time or a quiet drinking establishment, you'll find a place - or several - that meets your mood. The neighborhood also has a number of small boutique hotels, offering the opportunity for visitors to the city to enjoy the area throughout the day.
The Fountaine de Tourny has a storied past. It started its life in France at the World's Fair. For... Read more