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Quebec Winter Carnival

Quebec Winter Carnival, Bonhomme, Ice Palace; Photo Credit Claude Huot
Quebec Winter Carnival, Ice Palace City Halll; Photo Credit Ville de Quebec Basse Ville; Photo Credit Jamie McCaffrey Quebec Winter Carnival, Bonhomme, Ice Palace; Photo Credit Claude Huot

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Mon – Fri, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST

Experience the 65th annual Quebec Winter Carnival in Quebec, Canada - the largest Winter celebration in the world.

Duration:

5 Days/4 Nights

Meals Included:

1 Lunch

Rates:

$999.95 per person / double occupancy
$1,399.95 per person / single occupancy
$919.95 per person / triple occupancy
$879.95 per person / quad occupancy

NOTE: Itinerary subject to change

Day 1:
Travel to Montreal, Quebec
Stop at US/Canadian Border to clear customs
One overnight at Best Western Ville-Marie
Dinner on own

Day 2:
Breakfast on own
Check out
Travel to Quebec City, Quebec
Lunch on own
Travel to TBA
Guided tour of Hotel de Glace (Ice Hotel)
Tour ends with a cocktail at the Ice Bar
Travel to Quebec City
Two overnights at Hotel Chateau Laurier
Dinner on own

Day 3:
Breakfast on own
Attend the 65th Annual Quebec Winter Carnival
Dinner on own

Day 4:
Breakfast on own
Check out
Free time on own
Travel to St-Augustin-de Desmaures, Quebec
Traditional Quebec meal at Chemin du Roy Sugar Shack
Enjoy a Sleigh ride or Horse Drawn Buggy ride at Chemin du Roy Sugar Shack
Travel to Montreal, Quebec
One overnight at Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel
Dinner on own

Day 5:
Breakfast on own
Check out
Travel home
Stop at US/Canadian Border to clear customs
Lunch on own

Every Starr trip includes deluxe motorcoach transportation and overnight accommodations.

February 6, 2020

Bensalem, PA at Best Western
Chester, PA at Harrah's Casino
Hamilton, NJ at AMC Hamilton 24
Lakehurst, NJ at Burger King
Lakewood/Brick, NJ
Monroe Township, NJ at Ramada Plaza (at NJTP Exit 8A)
Mt. Laurel, NJ at The Hotel ML
Neptune/Wall, NJ at Hampton Inn
Philadelphia, PA (South Philly) at Oregon Diner
Philadelphia, PA at Great Northeast Plaza
Toms River, NJ
Whiting/Manchester Twsp, NJ at Crestwood Village Plaza
Woodbridge/Iselin, NJ at APA Hotel

$999.95 per person / double occupancy
$1,399.95 per person / single occupancy
$919.95 per person / triple occupancy
$879.95 per person / quad occupancy

Hotel de Glace
The Hotel de Glace is a nordic event that brings to life a one-of-a-kind experience combining fun and learning, with a focus on the magic of nature and the great outdoors.

A majestic icy sheen chandelier dominates the main lobby and has helped make a name for the Hotel de Glace. Their 36 rooms and theme suites will amaze you with their beauty and realistic sculptures. Wander through the galleries and exhibitions at the Nordic Arts and Life Festival and gaze upon one-of-a-kind ice paintings.

Learn all about how the Hotel de Glace was created and what it's like to spend the night in an ice hotel. Continue your tour to their popular ice slide. This huge slide will make visitors of all ages feel like children again. The magic continues all the way into our magnificent ice chapel, where couples wed every year. Round out your tour in the Ice Bar with a cocktail in one of their famous ice glasses.

Quebec Winter Carnival
The Quebec Winter Carnival is the annual winter carnival that takes place in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. With close to one million participants, it has grown to become the largest winter celebration in the world.

Bonhomme (which means "good man" in English) is the official ambassador of the festivities, a large snowman sporting a red cap, black buttons and a ceinture flechee.
Activities include the snow bath, night parades, slide runs, outdoor cinema, giant table-soccer game, concerts, snow sculptures, Ice Tower, skating and much more!

Please note no special access will be available for the mobility impaired because all sites will be outside. Nonetheless, to ensure security and site access, snow and ice will be cleared from all routes to the different activities.

Restrooms will be available but are limited.

Le Chemin du Roy Sugar Shack
A traditional place by excellence, the sugar shack from the 1920s will charm you by its authenticity. Whether it's for a traditional meal, country-style dining or just for a gathering, 'Erabliere Le Chemin du Roy' is absolutely the appropriate place.

Guests will enjoy a personalized greeting with a presentation of the sugar shack, a typical Quebecois all-you-can-eat meal and maple taffy on snow!

Visit the souvenir shop showcasing items from Quebec and Canada and various maple products such as maple syrup, maple butter and many others.

Handicapped accessible

Sleigh Ride or Horse-Drawn Buggy Ride
Enjoy a Sleigh Ride (weather permitting) on the grounds of Le Chenmin du Roy Sugar Shack.

(If no snow, will be substituted with a Horse-Drawn Buggy Ride)

Accommodations Day 1 and 4: Best Western-Ville Marie, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Enjoy the Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel, located in the heart of Montreal, beside famous Mount Royal park and steps from Ste-Catherine and Crescent Streets famous for their boutiques and nightlife.

The hotel features a Fitness Room

Le Parmigiano features Italian specialties (pastas, veal, grills, fish) as well as Montreal favorites!
Cafe Castel, a European style cafe offers guests a unique ambiance to enjoy some of the finest sandwiches and salads.
There are also many restaurants just steps away from the hotel.

Guestrooms include coffee maker, iron/board, and hair dryer.

The hotel is 100% Non-Smoking

Accommodations Day 2 & 3: Hotel Chateu Laurier, Quebec City, Canada

The Hotel Chateau Laurier is conveniently located to Old Quebec, Grand Allee and the Plaines d'Abraham.

The hotel features an indoor pool, Fitness Room, Sauna and outdoor spa.

Restaurant St-Hubert is located on site. There are several restaurants & bars within walking distance.

Guestrooms include coffee maker, iron/board, hair dryer, and safe.

There is a convenience store on site, however, it only accepts Canadian currency. The hotel front desk will exchange US dollars to Canadian dollars.

Rollaways (based on availability) $15 per night

-Please dress accordingly for cold weather. We suggest heavy winter jacket, scarf, gloves, hat and boots.

In order to enjoy the festivities at Winter Carnival, it is suggested to pack a small bag with additional warm clothes for the first day. Check in at the hotel is not until late in the afternoon and access to luggage will be difficult.

We recommend that you purchase international phone cards prior to departure.

-Starr has a select quantity of wheelchair accessible motorcoaches available; therefore, we suggest you contact a Travel Advisor to discuss any needs you may have before reserving your trip.

-For travel to Canada, a Passport Book or Passport Card is always needed when leaving or returning to the U.S. by motorcoach. Children 16 and under can cross the Canadian border using only a U.S. Birth Certificate (original or copy) with both parents named listed. Children under 18 not traveling with both parents must have special notarized approval from both parents.

We strongly recommend that your passport be valid for six (6) months beyond the completion of your trip. In addition, we recommend that you make at least two photocopies of your passport; one to be left with someone at home who will assist you in the event your documents are misplaced, lost or stolen and one to be kept in the safe in your room while traveling.

Special Notes: Anyone with a criminal record (including misdemeanors or Driving While Impaired (DWI)) may be barred from entering or removed from Canada and must obtain a special waiver well in advance of any planned travel. To determine whether you may be inadmissible and how to overcome this finding, please refer to the Canadian citizenship and immigration website: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/5312E.asp

Those persons traveling to Canada, who are not U.S. citizens, may have additional requirements for border crossing.

Starr Transit Co. Inc. cannot accept liability for any passenger refused entry into any country due to failure of the passenger to carry correct documentation.

For further information on entry requirements, travelers may contact the Canadian Embassy at 501 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20001, tel. (202) 682-1740; or the Canadian consulate in New York at (212) 596-1600.

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