Address: 5067 Ave. Royale Boischatel, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Beauport area of Quebec City, is near Montmorency Falls Park, Vignoble Ste-Petronille, Domaine de Maizerets, and Colisee Pepsi.
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Charmed by Quebec City

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Sep 12, 2015

51 photos

... men in kilts, never a bad thing, and what I'd guess the two ladies from the ship had come to see, it was a very traditional gathering so we wandered off.

We had a really nice lunch sat out in the sun in the Upper Town. It was warm enough that Al had to buy a t-shirt and keep it on. We walked back to the ship via the farmers market where we had the first really good coffee in weeks.

We stopped by the Festibiere and had a couple of cooling ales. The 'water ...

Oh, my barking dogs!

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on May 20, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... guide who imparted some of the same history as the morning guide had, as we moved from place to place, enjoying small bites and samples of local food. Drinks included cidre, beer, and different kinds of wine in several establishments. My favorite was the mini buckwheat crepes stuffed with ham and cheese.

In mid-afternoon the sun finally appeared and the wind died down. By the time the tour ended three hours later, I was bushed so we took ...

Blue skies in Quebec City

A travel blog entry by jkutzik on Oct 03, 2014

8 photos

Although the weather was supposed to be cloudy, it turned sunny mid-morning and was lovely. We were wait-listed on a morning tour, hoping that someone would over-imbibe the night before or over-sleep, but everyone showed up. So, undaunted, we took the free shuttle into the center of town for our own walking tour. The city is built on a steep slope of rock, so you climb a lot of steps or slant at a 45 degree angle as you walk up the narrow streets to the top ...

Grosse Île - Island of Tears

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

4 comments, 26 photos

... starvation and plague, hundreds of thousands of Irish immigrated to the New World, often bringing typhus with them.

The story of Grosse Īle's 100 year history is the dramatic story both of the populating of Canada by increasingly diverse waves of people, and of the fight against infectious disease by the scientific and medical communities. Not until the 1880s did the microbe theory ...

Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 24, 2014

11 photos

... will be a staple of our trip. Relatively healthy and varied these should stop us getting scurvy- although please no one tell Rusholme Kebab we’ve been unfaithful.

Now for the terrible. We’re not sure who recommended Ashton’s, if we did they would be getting a severe talking to. In our slightly delicate states post Hockey match we decided to take in Ashton’s a low end local chain of diners that we’d heard we should try. We can’t remember ...

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