Address: 820 Eymard Ave, Quebec City, Quebec, G1S 4A1, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the La Cite area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, La Promenade des Gouverneurs, Joan of Arc, and Grande Allee.
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Inside the City Wall

A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 22, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... We found we were walking down the street of the famous Paillard boulangerie and patisserie so even though we had just had breakfast about 45 minutes earlier we stopped and ate again. They had a lunch deal- bowl of your choice of soup (Ted had chicken noodle and Sheree had broccoli cheese) and a piece of bread and butter, a pulled pork sandwich on exquisite bread, a hot chocolate, and a small chocolate ...

The only French-speaking province of Canada

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Oct 12, 2013

10 photos

... for bird and goose watching. We saw thousands and thousand of geese, preparing themselves for the long journey to the warm countries. The entrance fee was 5 CAD.

Québec City is certainly worth a visit when you're in Canada. It's charming, has a lot to offer and it's interesting to see the difference not only in language but also in culture to the English-speaking part of the country.


Bon Jour from Quebec

A travel blog entry by pathfinder35 on Oct 05, 2013

5 photos

... first course I had the buttermilk coated crab legs There was a 2nd course of spaghetti with mussels, calamari, scallops and cray fish. For the entree, I had the lobster (not exactly Italian). It seemed to be more of a seafood cafe than an Italian cafe, but whatever - it was very good. For dessert i had the while chocolate mouse with limocello cream and honey tuile. Again, excellent!

As we were disembarking ...

I woke up in France!?

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 21, 2013

217 photos

... red tunics and bearskin hats (see photos). As it is an active base you can only see it as part of a guided tour.

Our tour guide was a French-Canadian called Etienne (aged 25-30) and he spoke good English although with a few amusing twists. For example he would make a very authoritative statement or instruction, sounding very demanding then leave a gap of five seconds and then say please. He also told us "you WILL enjoy it" which made me chuckle ...

Carnaval de Quebec - Quebec Winter Carnival

A travel blog entry by carlsons-canada on Feb 08, 2013

5 photos

... days to carve and there is prizes and awards for the best sculptures. These looked even more beautiful at night as they were illuminated under coloured lights.

The girls tried their hand at ice sculpting and discovered it was much harder than it looks. They made great creations though and despite wanting to bring them home we managed to convince them to leave them on display with all the others.

The ice toboggan was a family favourite and it felt like we were ...