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

Grosse Île - Island of Tears

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 15, 2014

4 comments, 26 photos

... disease gain acceptance over the competing theory of miasma - the belief that germs transmitted through the air, often by foul odors, were the cause of the disease. Names like Louis Pasteur, father of the vaccination concept, are familiar to most of us. We learned other names of those who worked tirelessly to find answers to the problems of small pox, cholera, typhus, and a variety of ...

Where`s the fun?

A travel blog entry by versastyle on Feb 12, 2014

23 photos

... site twice more. Each day was progressively warmer and sunnier, making the entire experience more and more enjoyable.

Of course, no trip to Quebec is complete without strolling around "Le Vieux", the old part of town, with its timeless beautiful architecture and cobblestone lanes. It's truly one of Canada's little gems.

Forget Disneyland, save yourselves a few hundred bucks and get a true Canadian winter experience by taking the family to Quebec City for ...

Day 27- end of the cruise, Montreal back to Quebec

A travel blog entry by fis on Oct 05, 2013

7 photos

Well it's 8:40 Saturday night and I'm exhausted, not really sure what my excuse is cause I haven't been overly active but it has been a long day of travel. My day started about 6:30am when I couldn't get back to sleep. I also woke up last night at some stage cause I felt like the boat was being thrown from side to side. The feeling didn't last long or fully wake me up which was good. I had breakfast in the buffet today and ...

Fake France Part 2

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 17, 2013

... a half. And then I forced myself awake as I could've spent that time again with my head buried in a pillow. Time for some city facts (courtesy of LP): The lanes and squares of the old town have seen the continents 1st parish curch, 1st stone church, 1st museum, 1st Angican cathedral, 1st girls school, 1st business district & 1st French speaking university. As you can imagine it is an old place and unlike any other I've been to in North America. Which is ...

Bonjour du Québec

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on Sep 27, 2012

15 photos

... to the last blog) has to be told. The French had established themselves high on the cliffs overlooking the St Lawrence River at the narrowest part. They controlled the timber and fur trades and were becoming richer. As usual the British wanted to take control and Major General Wolfe was sent to 'take Quebec'. After a lengthy siege and earlier attempts, he used the tide to take his ships and men behind Quebec  and 'scale' the cliffs'. On ...