Bed And Breakfast La Maison Bourlamaque

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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    One French Canadian city to the next

    A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on May 30, 2014

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    ... a dream? But they didnt speak and I don't really understand interpretive dance haha. Either way it was worth the wait.
    The festival was very unique unlike anything we'd ever seen before.. Apparently they do stuff like that quite often - trust the French! I don't think we have stuff like that in Oz?? I think it may have been just a bit more enjoyable if I could understand the language they were all speaking in. At least then it might have made more sense at least!
    L & B x ...

    Mai Oui we are in Quebec

    A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... had defeated Montcalm (they had both died the same year from wounds received in the same battle), but he had not scaled the walls of the cliff. We got a potted history of the French/English or English/French option and how they had all done political deals to made the city was it was today. We walked the cobbled streets and fought the biting wind that was very cold.

    dinner in the hotel in the evening was ...

    Landing in Montreal

    A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Aug 14, 2013

    ... instructions. Easy to get into the apartment with a coded lock. Also, he had everything prepared. Notes, guides, maps, suggestions! So wonderful. The place was clean and tidy.

    First thing to noticed about being here was that it was so old! The buildings were all touching and only two or three storeys high. Just street, sidewalk and building very close together.

    We stayed in the lower part of town. There is ...

    Quebec City.

    A travel blog entry by travelpod.kly on Apr 02, 2013

    ... and your lips dry. There was a lot more snow around on the ground than Boston. Next we visited Quebecs parliament house and went on a tour. We then went down to Old Quebec where there were lots of little shops and cafes in the village. The old buildings were beautiful, with shutters on the windows, the road was made of bricks, most people spoke French (95% of people speak French as their ...

    Bonjour Quebec

    A travel blog entry by tvordlj on May 07, 2012

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    ... destinationand contains lovely mosaics and stained glass. Below the main chapel is the Chapel of Immaculate Conception with lower ceilings and mosiaiced arches. All the corners on the supporting posts have little mosaic decoration as well.

    The grounds are landscaped with a large fountain in front and statues. There’s a museum and there are restaurants and motels in the area too, which, to my eyes, made it look a bit tacky. The church is ...