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Reviewed July 21, 2013

We got to see Sirque Du Soleil it was a free show.Waiting in line for almost an hour was hard but we had a good time.The show the put no was great.
My first time seeing them i enjoyed it verry much.

Thank Pierre L
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

I'm titling this based on the streets - the businesses are overpriced and somewhat limited on souvenirs and other items, but it is still a great walking and photo experience. Taking the Fanicular from lower town to upper town will set you back a couple of dollars and is worth the trip as the evening rolls around and your feet/legs are tired. Fun - be sure to capture all of the streets, some painted buildings with murals, and a lovely church.

1  Thank Promenades C
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Reviewed July 11, 2013

I can't explain how utter beautiful the Old Port was. Well I guess I could and I'll try.

The restaurants, shops, and apartments are just so ethereal and rustic. You feel like you're transported to another time with the brick buildings and brick roads. Walking up and down the stairs, which have their own scary history. It was kind of like a Disney movie, but a lot nicer.

We ate in this area almost everyday and loved everything we ate. We also sat about to see if we could get a few pictures of the city from afar.

Overall: Can't wait to go back!

1  Thank Marilyn D
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

great place to stroll around!! have beer - chill & shop!! walking around gave you a nice feel for the quaintness of Quebec city!!!

Thank SMITAP0703
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

We started our day at the Marché eating croissants and strawberries for breakfast. There was a pedestrian-friendly walking/biking path along the river and port than lead to the quaint streets of St. Pierre with trinket shops and exclusive art galleries and dress shops. Along the way there are cafés and restaurants offering simple salads and full meals. The Musee de la Civilisation is super with many exhibits for various interests.

Thank PatriceJ
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