Gite Au Croissant de Lune

Address: 594 rue St-Gabriel, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 1W3, Canada | B&B
 
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    Day 2: Summers Just Ain't Like They Used to Be

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Jul 02, 2015

    23 photos

    ... Canada and the birthplace of French-Canadian civilization, sits atop of steep bluff that overlooks the St. Lawrence River and is surrounded by 4.6km of stone wall. The stone battlements were defended by a battalion of cannons placed at 10' intervals (in some places) around the walls, most of which are still present. On the water side of the city, the cannons are mounted on massive cast iron movable stands, presumably used for aiming at the ships below. ...

    Bonjour From Quebec!

    A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... of the old city, a house built in 1793 by one James Thompson (no relation, as far as we know, to the former Governor of Illinois). He was born in Scotland in 1733 and -- amazingly -- lived to the age of 97! He lived here most of his life and the house he built stayed in his family until 1957. The stone walls are about two feet thick. (Pictures will be on the ...

    France in Canada

    A travel blog entry by hjgm on May 07, 2014

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    ... engineer from Ireland and Renee a fellow Aussie from Brissy. I had such a great time with these two. They introduced me to lovely beer and Renee gave me a lot tips on how to deal with the cold. I was really sad to leave these two I felt like we just clicked.

    The first day was really, really cold. The wind chill factor was incredible. I was not dressed appropriately and after I finished my walking tour of Old Town I raced back ...

    Great Tasting Quebec

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

    11 photos

    ... others (the grand and petit seminaire) dating anywhere between the 18th to 20th century with the purpose to accommodate the growing University. The Seminary has always been involved with education. It initially commenced as a boarding school for the students of the local Jesuit college but this building was then taken over by the Seminary priests following the British invasion and then coverted into a college for boys. In 1852 this teaching institution was recognised in a Royal charter ...

    Exploring the beautiful Montreal!!

    A travel blog entry by mattahlia on Jul 04, 2013

    7 photos

    ... we decided to turn it off. Next thing I knew, it was 11:15, the sun had risen, and the rest of the hostel had left. I was pretty surprised by this turn of events, because I struggle to sleep in till anything past 8:30am on weekends even when I have nothing planned. I must have been tired!

    By this point, we decided we should get up quickly before we both dozed off again. Personally, I think I was more inclined to keep sleeping than Matthew. He was ready to get ...