Auberge La Romaine

Address: 7406 Marie-Victorin, Quebec City, Quebec, G0S 1S0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Sainte Foy Sillery area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Parc Aquarium du Quebec, La Promenade des Gouverneurs, and Joan of Arc.
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Quebec City, French Canada

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Oct 11, 2014

... up to the Hostel in the suburbs and settled in. We took the hostel shuttle to Old Quebec City that evening, where we were greeted with a real european atmosphere. With old cobblestone streets, small lanes, gas lamp lit streets and beautiful old buildings. People dining along the alley ways enjoying the food and wine. The streets were built up into a steep hillside, with the big Fairmont Chateau at the top. We roamed the streets that were made up of ...

A bit of a surprise!

A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Jul 31, 2014

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... bacon, beans and pretty much anything else. We're not sure about that but it did taste good on pancakes.

The rest if the morning was then spent touring the city with a very entertaining ex firefighter guide. We saw most of what the city had to offer and we were pleasantly surprised with its beauty. There were quaint little houses, boutiques and restaurants mixed in ...

Ice hotel and ice slides

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 13, 2014

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... the old port. There is a lightshow that happens every night on the port to give it a less disgusting look. It is meant to look like the aurora borealis and it is really colourful. The buildings around the port are very old with some dating back 400 years to when Quebec was first settled by the French. Amazing how much history exists here. Go, just go. But make sure you are with someone who speaks French... not much English ...

Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

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... which explained how chocolate is made and produced as well how chocolate was used as a form of currency many years ago. There were also some impressive chocolate sculptures to admire. We were treated to 2 very decident chocolates which included a white chocolate exterior with a hazelnut and rum filling and a dark chocolate exterior with a white chocolate ganache and lavendar centre. There happened to be one chocolate sample remaining and since Ro and the tour guide had bonded over ...

SOLO travelling 'cus YOLO

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Aug 21, 2013

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... the world.
You are independent.
You don't have to worry about following the plan. Because there is no plan. The best plan is no plan! Just go with where the wind blows you. Spontaneous is the best.
You are a one man tour group. You read up you make sense of the things around you. You look after yourself, you don't have to trouble about what other people want.
When you are lonely, write your travel journal, or talk to a stranger.
It is only when you ...

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