Gite Au Croissant de Lune

594 rue St-Gabriel, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 1W3, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Quebec, Nice Town if you can see it

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie


... day in Quebec we accomplished spectacularly little, arriving around midday we took on the local laundretter and our first big wash before checking in to our new home. 3 Hrs we waited for things’ to dry, with trips to different shops gathering quarters for the 'poxy’ dryers. The Hostel, Auberge de Jeuness Maeva, was warm and bright and we had our own really comfortable room. Our host Robert, originally from Tahiti gave us good local tips. He was friendly and made ...

Bye Montreal

A travel blog entry by rorox


... and headed off. First stop this morning was to visit the jewish area of town to pick up the best bagels in the city. The bagel shop was called 'Le Maison Le Original Fairmont Bagel' and was a one stop shop for all things bagel. We picked up a mixed bag of 12 and some cream cheese and knives etc. The smell inside the store wafted out onto the street and the bagels we got were still warm. Despite our hunger we decided to hold off as we were heading up Mont Royal to observe ...

Fake France Part 1

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... short flight to Quebec City my early morning didn't get any better when I was told there are no shuttle buses or regular buses between the airport and the city. A taxi flat fee is $35 plus tip. For ***** sake! It feels like I've been shafted in some sort of Aiprot Infomation Desk/Taxi Scam. The driver even gave me his personal number in case I want to use his services again! No. At the hostel I couldn't check in until 2pm so ...

Our Lady and Water Falls

A travel blog entry by mattahlia


... a lot in our bike-riding adventures. In my defence, the pot holes on the roads are absolutely terrible in North America; I will never again get annoyed at road works due to re-surfacing of roads in Perth. Due to the scary depths of the pot holes, I over-carefully avoided them and thus was constantly catching up. Asides from that, the bike riding was fun. Oh, and excluding the extreme humidity and heat, which left you feeling muggy and sticky. ...

Bonjour mon amie,

A travel blog entry by 5055west


We are in Quebec. Staying in a place called Levis - a short ferry ride across the Saint Lawrence river from Quebec City. This is the most space we have had since we started our trip. It's a two bedroom flat and one of the nicest we have rented so far. The views from the back porch across to the city are fab.

Went shopping when we first arrived. Walking round the market talking about the stuffed chicken we ...

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