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REVIEW: Champlain

The Château Frontenac: Quebec City’s most prestigious symbol. Le Château has always been a hotel with a highly regarded restaurant, a famous Chef, splendid ballrooms and luxurious rooms. 620 more words


Quebec City - Qc

I often consider ‘travelling’ around Quebec not to be ‘real’ travelling. But we often take for granted the beautiful places in and around the city and the country we live in. 360 more words


Collins to review historic Turrets renovation for historical group in Yarmouth

COA spent $3M to rehabilitate Bar Harbor’s first listing on National Register of Historic Places

YARMOUTH, MAINE — The renovation of a historic summer “cottage” that anchors a major college campus will be the focus of a presentation Nov. 531 more words


Architecture Du Jour

Blowhard, Esq. writes:

Le Château Frontenac, Quebec, designed by Bruce Price.

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Will S. reblogged this on Will S.' Sunny Side Blog and commented:

Gotta love all them old former Canadian Pacific Railway Hotels, like the similarly gorgeous other ones - the Banff Springs Hotel (also designed by Price) and the Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta, the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa, the Royal York in Toronto... Oh, they are glorious, but indeed, the Chateau Frontenac is truly the grandest of them all, in its design.