B&B Au Petit Roi

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

        Charmed by Quebec City

        A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Sep 12, 2015

        51 photos

        ... jobs and The World. The ship is full of strong personalities so it must be very difficult at times keeping them pleased.

        They went off for dinner and we went back in to Old Town and found a cosy bar to continue our last night on the ship. We had the best last night!

        Sunday September 13

        Quebec City to Montreal

        We woke to a very grey morning. With our bags packed we stacked them in the wardrobe in case the housekeepers wanted to make a start. ...

        Mother's Day Trip to Quebec City

        A travel blog entry by dmarek on May 10, 2015

        162 photos

        ... to go on another trip before July or so. We had some tentative plans but when we woke up to rain, we decided to head for the art museum since it was inddors. We both really liked the museum - good exhibits and the old jail building was a wonderful setting. From the museum, we walked into Old Quebec and looked for a place to have lunch. After much wandering and ...

        Blue skies in Quebec City

        A travel blog entry by jkutzik on Oct 03, 2014

        8 photos

        ... only by the fact that 6 cruise ships were currently docked in the harbor to see the fall colors. Our Regent Seven Seas Navigator was by far the smallest vessel at only 450, but that still made for too many folks competing for the same space. Luckily, the further off the beaten path, we ventured, the streets became calmer and quainter. We returned to the ship for lunch and then set out on our afternoon guided tour by motorcoach. We travelled to a ...

        Grosse Île - Island of Tears

        A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

        4 comments, 26 photos

        ... disease gain acceptance over the competing theory of miasma - the belief that germs transmitted through the air, often by foul odors, were the cause of the disease. Names like Louis Pasteur, father of the vaccination concept, are familiar to most of us. We learned other names of those who worked tirelessly to find answers to the problems of small pox, cholera, typhus, and a variety of ...

        Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

        A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 24, 2014

        11 photos

        ... was called that we shared, the pictures don’t help to identify it either but it was a meat, with questionable vegetables and salad, both draped in gravy and fries which weren’t great. It wasn’t cheap it wasn’t good and the atmosphere was well matched to our hangovers. If Wimpy did school dinners then perhaps that’s what Ashtons is like. A word of warning to any planning a trip to Quebec, please stay away – if in doubt look at our pictures of happy diners. ...