Chez Pierre Bed and Breakfast

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

Bonjour Quebec!

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 02, 2014

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... far. The check in was a little confusing since our host Gilles (pronounced Jill) has given me the wrong apartment number and we are trying to break into a place already occupied by some one else. Lucky my AT&T sim still has some credit and I am able to call him to figure it all out. Gilles is very french, an older gentleman and very passionate about his city. He shows us our new place and we hang out in the balcony for a couple of minutes while he points out ...

I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

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... some of them when I have guests..(but not the smoked bison, so don't fret!) I headed back for one last walk around the streets I'd come to love in just four short days. I'd managed to pack so much into them, despite the fact that I wasn't feeling 100%. I know that it is the kind of place you could happily come back to. I made one last visit to my favourite bakery on rue St Jean, and bought a small box of their specialty macaroons as a gift for my hosts. There's still so ...

Nice and so European :)

A travel blog entry by judihasi on Oct 16, 2012

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Quebec is after Montreal a bit smaller but the old part seems bigger and Quebec is even more french. The buildings remind so much of Europe, so does the grey autumn weather. But as it is almost Halloween you can find beautiful decoration everywhere. Quebec is also easy to walk but you there are stairs to get to the old part on the plateau. I ...

Quebec City and Carnaval

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Feb 10, 2012

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... to Louis-Hebert, first Canadian farmer, and to Sir Georges-Etienne Cartier, one of the founding Fathers of Confederation, are found here, as well as a plaque commemorating the First Parliament. Across the street from this park is the Archeveche, a superb stone structure built in 1844, under the supervision of architect Thomas Baillairge.

I saw the memorial to Monseigneur de Laval, first bishop for Quebec; this work is by ...

Nowhere near ready to leave

A travel blog entry by benhardy on May 06, 2011

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... few weeks ago now. The city is like a nicer version of Canberra but probably with less to do haha. It was good just for a day, though another would have been good to see a museum or two. The sweet ass resident assistant Kaeleigh is from there so I might have to make the effort to go back again one day!

I've been on a day-roadtrip to Vermont, back in April, with Stephen, Lauren, Leslie and her Australian boyfriend Dan. That was a cool day but a bit ...

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