Tico

5 DAYS


PQ7121 DEC 05 to DEC 09, 2017

Day 1 Kingston
As the Christmas season draws near, everything comes alive with the spirit of the Holidays. We begin our adventure with a relaxing drive to the city of Kingston. This evening we enjoy a unique dining experience in the Officers’ Mess at Old Fort Henry. (D)


Day 2 Québec City
This morning a leisurely drive takes us to Quebec City. Steeped in history and charm, lights, decorations, and snow create an enchanting setting like no other within Old Quebec transforming it into a real Christmas village, just like out of Charles Dickens's novel - A Christmas Carol. After we check into our hotel, we travel to Chemin du Roy. On arrival, we enjoy a horse drawn sleigh ride before indulging in a traditional all-you-can-eat sugar shack meal served in an enchanting setting complete with folk singers and live entertainment. We top it off with maple taffy on snow before returning to our hotel for the night. (B,D)

Day 3 Québec City
This morning we visit the Port Market. Experience the authentic old-world charm of a German Christmas Market, complete with timber kiosks, in the heart of Old Québec. Enjoy a unique and friendly atmosphere, beautiful decorations, a great selection of delicious products, exquisite Christmas gifts and so much more. Continue to search out that one of a kind gift at Boutique de Noël near Chateau Frontenac, the perfect spot to find some incredible and unique holiday treasures! Then, step inside the Chateau Frontenac, symbol of the city and the world’s most photographed hotels to enjoy the magnificent, magical holiday decorations! Is it any wonder CNN ranked Québec City among the world’s top 10 destinations for celebrating the Holidays! As darkness falls, a step on guide joins us for a tour of the Lights. Later, a special dining experience! The historic Maison Jacquet, one of the largest houses in upper-town in its day and the oldest in Quebec, was built in 1675-76. The site was granted to François Jacquet on November 30, 1674 by the nuns of the neighboring Ursuline Convent. Its thick walls, solid joints, marvelous wainscoting and recessed cupboards are characteristic of the houses constructed during that period. Though it is contradicted by history, the myth persists that General Montcalm also lived and died in this famous house. Since 1966, it has housed the restaurant Aux Anciens Canadiens, internationally known for its fine cuisine. (B,D)


Day 4 Cornwall
Later this morning we take a trip outside the city to Montmorency Falls where, in very cold weather, fine mist from the falls freezes and eventually forms the famous Sugar Loaf, an impressive cone of ice at the foot of the waterfall. Enjoy a view of the falls and time to take some pictures before we make our way to Manoir Montmorency, perched high atop the hill. From here you have a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River and the Ile d’Orleans. A delicious lunch is included at the Manoir before we say goodbye to Quebec City and make our way to Cornwall for the night. (B,L)

Day 5 HOME
Breakfast included at our hotel, before we continue our journey westward and return to our joining points. Thank you for sharing the Holiday Spirit with us. (B)


Cost Includes:

  • Relaxing motor coach transportation
  • Four nights accommodation
  • Luggage handling – one per person
  • 4 Breakfasts – Combination of Full and Deluxe Continental
  • Officer’s Mess (Dinner) at Old Fort Henry
  • Dinner at Aux Anciens Canadiens Quebec City
  • Guided evening Light tour of Quebec City
  • Horse Drawn Sleigh Ride
  • Quebecois Dinner and entertainment
  • Montmorency Falls Visit
  • Lunch at Manoir Montmorency
  • HST
  • Services of a Hanover Holidays Tour Director


Cost per person CDN

Twin $989.00 (incl. 92.14 HST)
Triple $919.00 (incl. 86.11 HST)
Quad $879.00 (incl. 83.09 HST)
Single $1199.00 (incl. 115.10 HST)

 

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