B&B Au Petit Roi

445, Burton Street, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 1Z8, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Boozing at last

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

10

... The night came to a close an hour or 2 later, but not before I (Mathew J Harling)went, A*s* over t*t on some militantly camouflaged ice.

‘Yes!’ it was 0630Hrs and neither of us had head aches’, if you can believe that. We dragged ourselves to the pub hoping to get a table, as we were informed the previous night it was fully booked, luckily we did as there were a few ‘no-shows’. The pub was busy enough to impress for a Sunday morning, clearly ...

Quebec sooo Amazing

A travel blog entry by rorox

23

... of the newer regions with modern buildings and high rise towers. In the midst of all this was our local supermarket which we stopped at to pick up more dinner provisions. The old town of Quebec is surrounded by long walls with many gates. One such gate was about 200m from our hostel. This gate was french designed gate and sat on Place d'Youville. It was a stunning example of the old fortifications. We arrived at the hostel about 6pm after a long day walking which had raised ...

Fake France Part 2

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... is where the last Anglo/French battle took place, but now it is just greenery. A nice place to go for a run but that's about it. After a pit stop in the hostel to get the flip flops on I checked out the rest of the town. It didn't take long. There are a lot of street performers here who have the novelty of actual temporary stands set up in the squares and spaces they perform. They are good too. I assume it is the day job of the people performing last night. ...

Québec City, the New France

A travel blog entry by gracetso

4

... for Dijon mastard on the side - I prayed that the chef won't mind). Delicious homemade mixed berry sorbet. They have wines from Provence. Il Matto, at the Basse-Ville, a posh italian restaurant. Since it's italian, and not french, I hadn't had much expectation, but its seafood linguine did exceed my expectation - al dente, rich creamy sauce. I finished them in one go. Great martini. L'Echaudé, at the Basse-Ville, a casual bistro ...

Je me Souviens

A travel blog entry by leighge

14

... from home in the first place! I also managed to leave with a new hoodie courtesy of Aeropostale, wish they had these at home, I love that shop!
The last day arrived and I caught the bus out to Chute de Montmorency (Chute=falls) which were amazing, I climbed down the hair rasing steps to the bottom and cleverly caught the cable car backt to the top. As a result I had salad for lunch! The whole area was lovey, the trees are definately losing their leaves now and what ...

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