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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Charmed by Quebec City

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Sep 12, 2015

51 photos

... ordinary so we went back to the ship.

At 4.20pm we walked down the gangway for the last time. Quite sad :( I didn't look back as the cab drove out of the port gates.

It was only a short drive to the station. We checked our luggage in and went to the lounge to wait for the train. Al did battle with the coffee machine but lost the war. Others were luckier.

We'd booked business class for the trip to Montreal. Checked luggage, meal, drinks, free wifi. ...

Day Fifty!

A travel blog entry by taleesa.griggs on May 04, 2015

5 photos

... architecture but oh well, it's pretty! They have so many statues and water fountains every where. There was even a gentleman just playing his trumpet. He played a lot of songs I recognised and then he swapped with another man playing the saxophone, and you all know how much I love my saxophone! It is such a beautiful city. Once my French is up to scratch, I'm coming back. After the tour ended we stopped in at ...

Vieux Quebec

A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Sep 30, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... truly a magical evening. Later, we returned to our small room with a view of the valet courtyard, and wondered about the intermittent sound that sounded a bit like rolling carts below and above us. But it was fairly muted and we knew a storm was coming in. Because it was so warm I had opened the windows, and at 4:40 in the morning I awoke to a sound like a jackhammer coming through the window. The sound continued and got louder. I got up ...

Grosse Île - Island of Tears

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

4 comments, 26 photos

... speaking professor of Irish studies from Concordia University in Montreal at the Celtic Cross Monument. He was filming a documentary, and he took the time to translate for us the Gaelic inscription on the cross, and his message that zeroed in on more incriminating causes of the potato famine - the British feudal system of agriculture demanding quotas of the non-potato crops to be sent back ...

Jake's Birthday

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 26, 2013

13 photos

... to get there but the hike was spectacular. We did about 8.4 kilometers with the first have ascending for the entire time. Highlights were a mountain lake 1/2 way up which was gorgeous and the top which had a remarkable 360 degree view of mountains in all directions. It was a clear day and we could see for miles. The kids did great with the hike -- though everyone was sore the next day. On the way back we stopped at Chocolat Favoris for one ...