Quebec City, Canada Family Vacation
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The 400th anniversary celebrations may be over but Canada's birthplace still offers plenty of opportunities for family revelry. History is alive here! Costumed interpreters, street performers, age-old fortresses, castles and acres of green space stoke childrens' imaginations. The city's links to the Acadians who settled this area as well as some portions of the Northeastern United States help bring classroom history lessons to life. Delicious, kid-friendly foods (like poutine and sugar-pie), a multicultural and welcoming atmosphere, and an easygoing French spirit makes vacationing easy, but leaving hard.
"Look at me! I'm a frog," yells the 4-year-old as he hops across lily pads set in about a foot of water and plays peek-a-boo through tall grassses. "Can we do that again?"...
Marvel at the artistic renderings that can be found in the 23 churches across Atelier Pare Ecomusee and the kids will love the storytelling behind each and every legend. ...
Battlefield Park, Canada's first national historic park, is more than 100 years old and runs for almost 300 acres behind the Discovery Pavillion....
Who wouldn't want to sleep in a castle? This one in the heart of Old Quebec City offers more than most, including Gold elevators and a celebrity pet dog named Santol....
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A little off the beaten track, but still city accessible, Delta's location is a good choice for families looking to go beyond the ramparts of Old Quebec City to explore some of the theatrical offerings and off-beat neighborhoods that surround it....
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The pool and glass elevator at Loews Le Concorde will keep kids excited — and a concierge staff that goes the extra mile makes everything from restaurant recommendations to lost toys easier to handle....
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The superhero-emblazoned menus at the Cosmos Cafe include salmon and milk (warmed when asked) among the usual kiddie fare. Portions are healthy and tasty and older kids will like the funky music soundtrack....
The kids learn that the restaurant's name, Le Cochon Dingue, translates to "The Crazy Pig" and laugh at the well-dressed pig statue inside....
Kids love this spot where waiters are friendly, a waterfront-view patio beckons and a choose-your-own-treat treasure box awaits....
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Family-Sized French Culture, Fairytale SettingA Family Vacation in Quebec City, CANADA with Babies
1.Benjo Inc.Benjo Inc.
550 Boulevard Charest Est
Quebec City, Canada G1K3J3
2.Choco-Musee EricoChoco-Musee Erico
634 Rue Saint-Jean
Quebec City , Canada G1R1P8
3.Musee de la CivilisationMusee de la Civilisation
85 Rue Dalhousie
Quebec City, Canada G1K7A6
4.Musee de L'Abeille (Bee Museum)Musee de L'Abeille (Bee Museum)
8862 Boulevard Sainte-Anne
Quebec City, Canada G0A1N0
5.Mega Parc at Galeries de la CapitaleMega Parc at Galeries de la Capitale
5401 boulevard des Galeries
Quebec City, Canada G2K1N4
6.The Plains of AbrahamThe Plains of Abraham
835 Wilfrid-Laurier Avenue
Quebec City, Canada G1K7R3