Chez Pierre Bed and Breakfast

636 Rue D'Aiguillon  , Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 1M5 , Canada | B&B
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Quebec City

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake


... as there was a large kitchen to be utilised. Lunch time had already rolled around. After lunch we headed towards downtown - the Old Town. We headed down to the lower district to do some souvenir shopping. It was a Sarurday so there were pop up antique amd clothing shops withany people wandering around. We found a place that Beth had recommended (she loved it as a kid) that sold 'Beavertails'. These are ...

My last day in Quebec

A travel blog entry by suep21


... the park is up high and along the rivers edge, sort of. So it was so windy. It was freezing. There was missive blocks of ice in black plastic. They were the size of a garden shed? Then I noticed 1 sculpture and a really long block of ice being worked on next to it.This was just before the entrance, so I was able to walk past and take a few photo's. There is a lot of work being done out in ...

Mai Oui we are in Quebec

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... days and we had been repeating the words as the had been said on the TV and the tape.

The old city reminded me of The Rocks in Sydney. It has been refurnished and there was a lot of artists work there and very touristy.

Learned that the story we had been told about Wolfe climbing the mountain to take Montcalm (French) by surprise and capturing Quebec had all been false. The battle had been real ...

Quebec City and Carnaval

A travel blog entry by kathypender


... George Ill. The benches are made of oak imported from the Royal Windsor Forest. The sovereign's seat is located in the royal box in the balcony and may be occupied only by the reigning sovereign or her representative. Every summer, "Les Artisans de Ia Cathedrale" (craftspeople) gather in the busy cathedral courtyard to offer their works.

At number 6 rue Donnacona stands one of the narrowest houses in all of America. It was built in ...

Nowhere near ready to leave

A travel blog entry by benhardy


... town of Varadero, a few hours outside Havana. Stepping off the plane into the tropical weather was amazing. It wasn't too bad when we left Montreal, only around -2 from memory, but we had had some miserable weather beforehand, so it was amazing to be in weather that was something like 25 degrees celsius at night and 30 every single day I was there. When I arrived at check in with about half the group that was there (the other half flew down the day before), ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Pierre Bed and Breakfast Quebec City

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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