B&B L'abat-jour

Address: 2064 rue Defondville, Quebec City, Quebec, G1J1X6, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Limoilou area of Quebec City, is near Domaine de Maizerets, Colisee Pepsi, Saint-Roch, and Naval Museum of Quebec.
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      Quebec City, French Canada

      A travel blog entry by allanamue on Oct 11, 2014

      ... staircase, until we got to the top. The further into downtown we went, the more modern the city became but still maintaining a european look. The sky rises dominated the sky line but closer to the surface were the big old fashioned churches, factories, old forts and battlefield remains. We had tea down at St Patricks Pub on Saint Jean St. We had a few drinks and decided to try the nightclub strip. Me and Tysoe cut out early after waiting an hour in ...

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      ... house or two. We saw single-wide mobile homes parked on secluded plots of land (the house was not fancy but the land is theirs), old houses, farms and small ranch homes. There was little traffic and we pretty much had the road to ourselves except for occasional pulp hauling trucks. And I mused…these guys would not have a job if they were still sending logs down the Kennebec as they used to. We followed that river most of the ...

      Quebec, Nice Town if you can see it

      A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 23, 2014

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      ... day in Quebec we accomplished spectacularly little, arriving around midday we took on the local laundretter and our first big wash before checking in to our new home. 3 Hrs we waited for things’ to dry, with trips to different shops gathering quarters for the 'poxy’ dryers. The Hostel, Auberge de Jeuness Maeva, was warm and bright and we had our own really comfortable room. Our host Robert, originally from Tahiti gave us good local tips. He was friendly and made ...

      Quebec sooo Amazing

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 17, 2013

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      ... really like rabbit and who better than the french to serve it to you. We entered Le Lapin Saute excited for our rabbit and on passing through the doors we saw many rabbit signs, pictures and menu items. Clearly something they take a lot of pride in serving to the public. We were not to be dissapointed. On our stunning outdoor terrace table Rox enjoyed rabbit served with vegetables, potatoes and rosemary while I ate the rabbit stew. Both meals were delicious and a great way to ...

      Pride is a non-issue

      A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 19, 2013

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      ... It is the only place in all of North America in which the European lifestyle seems to truly thrive. People eat summer for every meal and stay out until all hours of the night. Coffee shops and bars are empty on the inside, but you can't find a seat outside, often after midnight. The streets and alleys are packed with people spilling over terraces into the road, locals sitting in windowsills drinking wine, and kids skateboarding on the sidewalk. I could ...