Au Petit Chateau

Address: 664 St Joseph St, Levis, Quebec, G6V 1J4, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 664 St Joseph St, Levis, is near Museum of Civilization (Musee de la Civilisation), Quebec - Levis Ferry, Vignoble Ste-Petronille, and Agora.
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Travel Blogs from Levis

The not so good day

A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 17, 2013

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I woke up this morning with Satan sitting on my chest. Surely you know the feeling. I just had this heaviness in my heart, and no real reason to explain it. This happens at home, but I had always kind of assumed it was due to the stress of everyday living....work, bills, a house, three kids, etc. I honestly thought that on this trip I would be immune to the heaviness, but here I was, 1,000 miles from responsibility ...

Days 6 & 7/ Circus Acts and Bruno Mars

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 08, 2013

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Yesterday (Sunday) was a really lovely day -- hot and sunny but it cooled off nicely in the evening. It had been a late night so we slept in a bit. Sue, Jake and Ruby had gone to see David Dimitri a one man circus act, but Ben had not been able to handle waiting so he and I went back to the apartment. He was very upset -- "Dad, you should have given me more time to calm down." Maybe I should have -- it was one of those parenting ...

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by elandaa on Jun 15, 2013

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... between the city wall and the cliff built in the 1960s. The walk allowed impressive views of the river and docks below and the wall and chateau Frontenac above. Upon reaching the end of the boardwalk (and climbing a significant number of stairs) we found ourselves at the old city citadel. The citadel, a massive double walled, star shaped fortress was built by the British between 1820 and 1831 to protect themselves against the newly independent United States. It was the ...

Au Quebec

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on May 27, 2013

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... the stairs to try to get a better picture but I think I just got a good workout which I also needed. I rode down to Old Levis which was easy to find and navigate, but there were a lot of stops on the steep downhill ride so I decided to try a different route when I left looking for the falls. When you look at the picture of the falls, you will notice some large industrial or commercial buildings which I ...

Day 28 - Quebec City, Quebec Canada

A travel blog entry by dadrukker on May 21, 2012

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... bus was able to go through areas the bigger one couldn't. Quebec City was built by the French as a walled city and we traveled through the gates and into the city. There is an upper city and a lower city connected by a funicular. The small quaint streets are now filled with restaurants and shopping. We drove out to the Plains of Abraham where the British ...