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Stay 2 nights in Quebec City, get $75 GC

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Stay 2 nights in Quebec City, get $75 GC

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Not sure if this is a repost or if it's a hot deal, but found randomly found this on the QC website.

Book in Québec City and Receive a $75 Gift Card

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This exclusive offer is available for a limited time. Limited quantities. Book now!

Consult the participating establishments on this page and book your stay directly on the accommodation's website or by phone to take advantage of the offer.

Reservations made through third party booking sites (like Expedia or Booking.com) are not eligible.

With the purchase of 2 consecutive nights or more at the same participating establishment in the Québec City region, get a prepaid card of $ 75 per reservation that can be used in participating businesses in Québec City and Area.
Offer valid for new bookings made during the promotional period for arrivals between June 24, 2021 and October 11, 2021.
Offer applicable only in hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts and tourist residences that are located in the territory of the Québec City tourist region for reservations made directly with the establishment.
A minimum non-refundable deposit of $100 is required to cover the amount of the prepaid card and the fees in case of cancellation. The hotel establishment reserves the right to charge the full cost of the first night.
See the promotion's operation and full terms and conditions.
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Never been to Quebec City. Would like too

Is it mainly French? Will English suffice?

Go Knights Go

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Errthang French is good. Let me begin

French Kiss Mark
French 🥖
French Vanilla Hot Beverage
French toast Bread
French Foie gras (🦆)
French Onion Pot Of Food (soup)
French Bull dog Frenchie (Dog Face) Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Tightly-closed Eyes
French 👩🏽👩🏻👩🏼👩🏾👩🏿
French Dressing 🥗
French Horn
French French Fries
French Nail Polish
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chilli604 wrote: Never been to Quebec City. Would like too

Is it mainly French? Will English suffice?

Go Knights Go
Google translate
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Mainly french but if you stay in the tourist spot you should be all good. Wonderful city btw
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Quebec City is nice. A weekend or long weekend is a good amount of time to see and do.
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i thought quebec still had curfews.. or have they been lifted
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chilli604 wrote: Never been to Quebec City. Would like too

Is it mainly French? Will English suffice?

Go Knights Go
Mainly french. I live there. Nice city.
Pourquoi pas?
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fortunat wrote: i thought quebec still had curfews.. or have they been lifted
Lifted since weeks. We're in the yellow zone (Québec government levels).
Pourquoi pas?
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What are some things to check out in Quebec City?
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chilli604 wrote: Never been to Quebec City. Would like too

Is it mainly French? Will English suffice?

Go Knights Go
Everyone speaks some English at least. It's a touristic city.

Don't worry, it's not Gaspesie or Saguenay.
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chilli604 wrote: What are some things to check out in Quebec City?
Walk around and visit the different districts, that in itself is an experience. It's unlike anywhere else in Canada.

Great place to spend 2 or 3 days. I pity Canadians who have never visited.
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kenze wrote: Walk around and visit the different districts, that in itself is an experience. It's unlike anywhere else in Canada.

Great place to spend 2 or 3 days. I pity Canadians who have never visited.
What sucks is. It's cheaper to travel outside of Regional Indicator Symbol Letters Ca
Then to travel inside of Regional Indicator Symbol Letters Ca
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Quebec city is a lot like Ottawa but a bit nicer.

Ile d’orleans
The falls
Ste anne canyon a lot of fun (the actual climbing/activities)
Whale watching nearby
Touristic areas (Fort etc…) see the goat
Good independant trendy restaurants (not in the tourist area)
Galerie de capital mall is good
Aquarium ( i havent been but its good apparently)
Bora bora indoor water park
Siberia station spa
You only neee English , the city caters to tourists. I speak french well but I like making them speaking English
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You'd probably save more than $75 by booking on a third party site ...not sure how much of a deal this really is to be honest.
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chilli604 wrote: What are some things to check out in Quebec City?
The fall colours in the QC area, put the rest of the planet to shame. Early October should work, but weather is weather: last fall the rain pulled down the leaf canopy in a week; the previous year it was as if Jackson Pollock himself had decked out the countryside. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Microbreweries flourish: the Québecois take their brew seriously. Try the Saint-Roch area of the city for a pub crawl.

Québecois have a unique food culture: part French, part lumberjack. game meats meet French techniques. :) Québec supplies 80% of the world's maple syrup. (aka The Maple Syrup Mafia, there is no private maple syrup production to speak of)

The Plains of Abraham! The battlefield, where the French ceded to British rule in North America -- including far off Louisiana --is inside the old city walls. Yes, walls! It's the only walled city left (UNESCO World Heritage site) north of Mexico.

Just outside the city, Montmorency Falls (a healthy 83m drop) overlooks the bucolic Île d'Orléans, site of the first French settlements in North America, and now dotted with farmers' roadside stalls...
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fortunat wrote: i thought quebec still had curfews.. or have they been lifted
Just read non-fake news sources and you'll be alright and up to date...

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