Bed And Breakfast La Maison Bourlamaque

Address: 1045 de Bourlamaque, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 2P3, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Montcalm area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Joan of Arc, Grande Allee, and Grand Théâtre de Québec.
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Oh, my barking dogs!

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on May 20, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... accompanied by all of the historical data. this is what I remember: the British and the French fought over the territory often. Sometimes the Americans were involved. The British must have won, since Canada is part of the British Commonwealth, but the residents of Quebec are thoroughly French, with most of them speaking French, and 94% of them claiming French ancestors!

One of the most impressive things that we saw was the gold covered structure ...

Back In Time

A travel blog entry by melapet on Sep 27, 2014

5 photos

... as many British as French. He also wasn't good with words that began with 'h'. I am tired, but a good tired! I got off the bus before the last stop so I wouldn't have to climb up the entire hill, only part of it. Stopped and bought a few groceries for breakfast, did the clothing thing, and back to MY Pastissorie to pick up soup and croissant for lunch/supper. So very scrumptious! Am headed to the shower as it has been a warm day.    ...

Grosse Île - Island of Tears

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

4 comments, 26 photos

... back into Quebec and preview the walk through the Upper Town of this most European of American cities. It's the only city in the Americas north of Mexico City to be fortified with European-style walls, and, in 1985, the first urban center in North America to be inscribed into UNESCO's World Heritage List.

Tomorrow, we head for Saguenay Fjord National Park, in search of whales!


Quebec sooo Amazing

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 17, 2013

23 photos

... portion of the Levis facing waterfront. This part of town is quaint with increasing hills, and thinner streets lined by classic old buildings. Our walk took us alongside the funicular that you can also take down to the lower town. We decided to walk down the Cote de la Montagne a curving street that passes under a foot bridge while curving to your left. This street is lined by lovely stores where we later picked up an amazing painting of Quebec for framing when we return home. ...

02 Roads to Labrador

A travel blog entry by tombuttle on May 22, 2013

1 comment, 36 photos

After a couple of days in the bunkie at Moyra & Dave's, Cindy and I headed for Algonquin Park to camp a couple of nights over the Victoria Day long weekend. The Black Flies greeted us in droves at Coon Lake but smokey fires kept them at bay most of the time. The 5km hike around Booth's Rock was good for everyone – nary a fly when one kept moving. Left Algonquin quickly ...