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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      Long Haul Transit

      A travel blog entry by hjgm on May 04, 2014

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      The 3rd May 2014 would have to be the longest day ever!

      I departed Perth at five minutes past midnight. I was very excited and didn't sleep on the flight to Sydney, which was good because I was trying to adjust to eastern American time.

      I got to Sydney at about 0630 the morning, easily transferred to the international terminal. I had a few hours to kill which I spent in the Qantas club.

      Then it was a12 hour fight to LAX. ...

      Great Tasting Quebec

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

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      ... of the residence and the current business. We were also told that La Cremaillere is the device people used in medieval times to position the cooking pot either near or far from the fire when cooking. This was always the last thing you installed in your home and once you installed it then it was customary to invite people over for your first meal in your home. Each guest would bring a piece of wood which is where the term house warming originated from. Pretty cool huh? We were feeling ...

      A day to Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier

      A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Aug 24, 2013

      ... to the water theme park for 30cad. Trop cher pour moi! Basically it is a miscommunication with Marta, she meant 30cad I heard 13cad.

      So I asked to leave Marta and gang, for a hike. We set to meet at the carpark at 1pm. 3 more hours. They offered to pay for me some, but I refused. I am not a ride person, and I am not going to spend to get bad experience :) Simple as that. I enjoyed my walk, because I saw a garage sale, country side houses, the mountains I missed ...

      Day 5 Quebec City

      A travel blog entry by kevinterry on Feb 16, 2013

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      ... River. At the base of the falls is a big mound of ice and snow (the Sugarloaf which is formed by frozen spray from the falls). We took the cable car up to the top and walked along the suspension bridge to view the falls from above. The roaring sound of the falls was incredible. The falls are apparently higher than Niagara Falls. After just over an hour we were back on the bus and visited a local copper shop and then a bakery ...

      Quebec Old Town

      A travel blog entry by damenfamily on Apr 16, 2012

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... I heard for the rest of the day. We went back that night and had a very nice dinner at Le Cochon Dingue, the main restaurant next to the small boulangerie that was Le Petit Conchon Dingue.

      Walking along the streets they had plaques showing pictures of the streets and homes, which are mostly now shops, as they were in the 17 and 18 hundreds. You could even identify some of the existing buildings in the old pictures, it was amazing. Rue de Petit Champlain ...