B&B De La Tour

1080 avenue Louis-St-Laurent, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the La Cite area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Joan of Arc, Observatoire de la Capitale, and Grand Théâtre de Québec.
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    Travel Blogs from Quebec City

    Europe in Canada Land

    A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... entertainment and as I mentioned really really really cold toes. If ice skates weren't difficult enough already then adding hills and gaps that need clearing just makes it absolutely unreal and the skill of the athletes was amazing. Pity we couldn't stay for the finals which attract a massive crowd but we had bigger fish to fry with a cultural hit to come in Montreal. Stay tuned amigos. Barney xx Kilometres driven: ...

    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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    ... your rules. In a foreign land, where everyone is a stranger to you. Nobody knows you. You can do anything you want ( sensible and legal ones of course) and make interesting new friends from all over the world!
    You are always out of your comfort zone.
    You are comfortable with solitude and you treasure all the moments spent with the new people you met. You learnt about not just the local culture, by conversing with others, you gain sight to cultures and places from the ...

    Falling Upon a Festival

    A travel blog entry by mattahlia on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... finding an English speaker was not even worth the search. Instead, we did our best with our dodgy accents and attempts at reading signs. The Internet would have been very useful at this point in our journey. I myself felt like we had crossed into another country, and Matthew had to keep reminding me that we were still in Canada.

    Despite the inability to understand or communicate much of anything, the cities are lovely. ...

    Frencher than France

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jun 28, 2012

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    ... be hopping down the street, which when you think about it, does sound daft haha. Rachel was really funny and was asking lots of weird questions like "which English animal is strange to you?" Considering that the scariest animal we have is a badger, that conversation didn't last long! We also found out that Australian kids can't have hamsters, rabbits or any other rodenty pets at all; Australia has a big problem with plagues and it's a measure to protect ...

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