Chez Pierre Bed and Breakfast

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


A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 19, 2014


... told from a Christian perspective! I already knew everything we talked about from having Muslim friends and studying Islam in school, but the change in perspective was super cool! After the lecture, Micah, Andrew and I hopped on the subway and went to a café to find wifi. I blogged for CMU and sorted through pictures, skyped Skye and ate a red velvet cupcake. I subwayed back to the church alone because the boys went to watch a hockey game. And ...

Old Quebec City

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jul 10, 2014

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We made the drive from Montreal to Quebec City on Wednesday. It was a nice drive and our campground is a KOA, a little on the expensive side but close to the major sites.
Our first thing to do was visit Old Quebec. We decided to leave the driving to someone else so we took a shuttle from the campground. I am glad we did as a lot of the roads were closed because a music festival is going on. Old Quebec was ...

Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 24, 2014

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... will be a staple of our trip. Relatively healthy and varied these should stop us getting scurvy- although please no one tell Rusholme Kebab we’ve been unfaithful.

Now for the terrible. We’re not sure who recommended Ashton’s, if we did they would be getting a severe talking to. In our slightly delicate states post Hockey match we decided to take in Ashton’s a low end local chain of diners that we’d heard we should try. We can’t remember ...

Je me Souviens

A travel blog entry by leighge on Oct 25, 2012

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... lunch and walked through the windy streets back to the old town taking pictures and window shopping the afternoon away.
The next day I walked down to the lower old town and visited the food market (of course) and wandered around the port checking out the two enormous cruise ships that were docked there. I should have realised what this meant - tourists EVERYWHERE!! The lower old town was even more lovely than I expected but it was packed with older people who ...

Quebec City - Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Feb 09, 2012

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... by Medard Bourgault. Two recumbent figures representing the Canadian Martyrs by Alfred Laliberte.

On our right as we passed the chapel was Porte Kent, one of the four remaining gates in the fortifications. We followed the tour until we arrived at Chaussee des Ecossais, which has been turned into a cobblestone pedestrian walkway, lined with trees and flower beds, wrought iron fencing and archways. Morrin College, (door number ...

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