Gite de la Cote de la Montagne

Address: 54 Cote de la Montagne, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 3W3, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the La Cite area of Quebec City, is near Funicular, Samuel de Champlain Statue, Chevalier House (Maison Chevalier), and Theatre du Petit-Champlain.
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      Bonjour Quebec!

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 02, 2014

      32 photos

      ... Artillery Park (I think from the fort days). We get there and are told that the changing of the guards finished on the first Monday of September, we missed it by 2 days. We skip doing the tour of the Citadel (since there was no one there to take our money) and decide to take a walk in Battlefield Park.

      It’s a massive park and there are lots of people running and cycling here. We wander around aimlessly enjoying the fresh air.

      After we are ...

      Day 3 - Part II

      A travel blog entry by nhps on May 06, 2014

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      From our slightly delayed, but tasty lunch, we headed back on the bus and landed at L'Ecole Marcelle Mallet - a private secondary school in Levis, across the river from Quebec City. What a wonderful visit we had with the thirty or so students who are in Marie-Christine's English class! We split our large group into smaller groups of three and they then met with a group of two students from the Canadian class. ...

      Great Tasting Quebec

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

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      ... others (the grand and petit seminaire) dating anywhere between the 18th to 20th century with the purpose to accommodate the growing University. The Seminary has always been involved with education. It initially commenced as a boarding school for the students of the local Jesuit college but this building was then taken over by the Seminary priests following the British invasion and then coverted into a college for boys. In 1852 this teaching institution was recognised in a Royal charter ...

      End of Solitude?

      A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Aug 26, 2013

      5 photos

      ... br> We have different travelling objectives, their's makes me feel very pressurised.

      "What else is there to see? That's all? Like have nothing much... I was so bored yesterday when I came here alone. What is next? What are we going to do tomorrow? What have you been doing here for that 2 weeks? You talked to the people here? They only asked boring questions like where are you from."

      Even though this irritates me ...

      A very long day

      A travel blog entry by misspollock on Oct 05, 2012

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      ... lucky that we get to see this beautiful scenery!

      Tonight we had dinner at a local restaurant called "Poisson d’avril". I wonder how many of my French students can remember what that means and why it is important? I got to eat escargot (yes, snails – and they were delicious, don’t groan you lot!) and some delicious muscles, though they were a bit messy to eat. It has been a long day, but our start is a bit later tomorrow. I can’t wait to really see ...