B&B De La Tour

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Day 3 - Part II

A travel blog entry by nhps


... aboard our trusty vehicle and headed off to another amazing waterfall - la chute de Chaudiere. Truly amazing. Tomorrow we will visit the Frontenac hydroelectric power station in Sherbrooke to understand how the water moving through the ridge moves the turbines to create energy for this country.

FUN FACT - over 30% of Quebec's energy comes from hydroelectric power.

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Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox


... There were a few people in town for a conference and some others had joined us from cruise ships. It was great to see such a diverse mix of stereotypes having a beer together. After taking the last sip of our mini beer we proceeded on to our next stop. Along the way we were shown a cemetry called St Matthews Cemetary which dates from 1771 to 1860. This was the first Protestant or probably more accurately, the first non Catholic cemetary. Despite opening in 1771 there is actually a ...

A day when many Hard Lessons were learnt

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel


... no matter what's our social statuses, so what do you want to have inside your book? For me, definitely not one fill with regrets.

Other than the university, I also saw many neighbourhoods as well, people walking their dogs, running/ cycling with their babies. It is really popular for the quebec people to buy a "baby sports pram" to exercise with their children. And many interesting small restaurants, there are many ...

Exploring the beautiful Montreal!!

A travel blog entry by mattahlia


... So we scrounged around for a breakfast-lunch-fruit-meal thing, got ready and headed out to the beautiful Montreal.

First stop: The Bike Stand.

One thing about Montreal that we realised very quickly was that many people ride bikes in the city centre, 'down town' as they call it. The government actually put in bike stands all over the city, with bikes that you can hire for 30-minute intervals. We paid $7 each to use these bikes in 30-minute intervals, for ...

Je me Souviens

A travel blog entry by leighge


... a day or so in Quebec I was glad to took the chance to slow down and see it at a more relaxed pace. After the non-stop action over the last few weeks it was nice to not have to rush to see x, y and z in the time I had there. I'd love to come back one day in the heart of winter when the river is frozen and the town in covered in snow, I think it would be something to see!
Bye for now - next time you hear from me I'll be in the Rockies and (hopefully) they'll be snow!


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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