Auberge La Romaine

7406 Marie-Victorin, Quebec City, Quebec, G0S 1S0, Canada | B&B
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Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox

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... to english for both our sakes. We thankfully finalised the tickets sales in english and we boarded the ferry not long after. We sat in the fresh air and enjoyed the sunshine whilst soaking up the amazing views of Quebec City during the 15 mins it took to sail across the river to Levis. We had managed to locate a brochure with a very basic map of the key attractions which were not far from the ferry terminal. This would serve as our tour guide for the morning. Levis like Quebec City is ...

Last Days- Of Summer Quebec and Solo travelling

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel

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... items.

5. My canada phone

That small phoney thing that my friends said I shouldn't have buy. Because it isn't my samsung phone that is locked, it is the SIM card. Oh well. I like that tiny thing. It accompanied through my darkest and brightest hours in Canada. When I was stuck in the bus station, cold hungry and scared, it is the communication bridge between me and dear. When I was high up in the Rockies happy and carefree, ...

I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada

1
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... sugar in it than the listed "sugar pie" they are famous for! So ended day two. I was SO glad I had booked to stay for five nights. When I woke on Thursday, a sore throat that had been plaguing me for days had me in its painful grip. I'd been ignoring it, apart from taking a few Tylenol, because compared to the bites saga, it seemed nothing to complain about. But it now hurt to swallow, and I knew I was still in for a busy couple of days, including a whole day in Toronto on my ...

Falling Upon a Festival

A travel blog entry by mattahlia

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Quebec City is part of French-Canada, like Montreal, except here it is harder to find English-speakers. In the English part of Canada, everything is written in both English and French. But when you get into the French part of Canada, they seem pretty set on not being bilingual and everything is in French only. This wasn't too much of a problem for us in Montreal as most people could speak English- or someone very close by could. Alas, ...

Bonjour!

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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... our heads into the Morrin Centre Library (which used to be a jail), then visited the Maple Museum at Les Delices de l'Erable, there were a few churches/cathedrals, shopping streets of St Joseph & St Rock, a fabulous farmer's market with all kinds of yummy berries (we had never had gooseberries) and the old cobble street in lower Quebec.

While we were coming across the US/Canada border, our RV was thoroughly searched and the guy I was ...

Location

This B&B, located in the Sainte Foy Sillery area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Parc Aquarium du Quebec, Joan of Arc, and La Promenade des Gouverneurs.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge La Romaine Quebec City

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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