Chez Pierre Bed and Breakfast

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

Ohhhhh Canadaaa

A travel blog entry by youth-in-asia on Jun 23, 2014


... weekend while she was at work. We did have the pleasure of meeting her for a few hours on our first evening. Eager to help us, she gave us all sorts of suggestions about things to do in the city and the best ways of getting around. Our first day in Quebec was a slow paced one. Our apartment was to the west of old town, where we found the vibe to be slightly hipper in comparison to the rest of the city. So we sauntered around for the ...

Day 26 - Quebec City

A travel blog entry by fis on Oct 04, 2013

14 photos

... around a bit just looking, it was still early so not a lot was going on. I ended up in the visitor center where it was warm and the wifi was free and easy to connect too. I sat here for a while. By the time I went back outside most if the stores and other places were open, I had a look in a few shops, seriously considered buying a pair of onesies with ski bum or snow bum on the flap. Funny. After this I ...

Day trip to Quebec City

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Oct 08, 2012

60 photos

... St-Jean are the main gates through the walls from the modern section of downtown.

The Upper Town is linked by the Escalier (literally "neck-breaking" steps) and the Old Quebec Funicular to the Lower Town, which includes such sites as the ancient Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church, the historic Petit Champlain district and the port. The Lower Town is filled with original architecture and street designs, dating back to the city's beginnings. ...

Bonjour Quebec

A travel blog entry by tvordlj on May 07, 2012

10 photos

We found the bunk beds quite hard and uncomfortable last night. They took up even more room in the limited space available. The little ladder attached to the top bunk blocked the bathroom door so you’d have to move it away to go in. I think the train does have some cabins that are a bit larger but also pricier. We found the night very long and uncomfortable with very little sleep and a lot of tossing and turning. We had found the room chilly though and ...

What a life

A travel blog entry by rosro on Jul 18, 2010

2 comments, 10 photos

... French did not have cellars and ...

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