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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      Good Morning!

      A travel blog entry by berlinerkranser on Jan 21, 2015

      ... Séguin, squash purée with organic sunflower seed oil. She was surprised and astounded by the robust taste of the earthy-flavoured beets. I ordered the beef flank steak, Nordic compound butter, pont-neuf fries, seasonal vegetables and daily sauce. The flavors on my plate were of no accident. I remarked to Shelley, that in my memory, this was the finest restaurant meal plate that I ever had so far. Dessert consisted of a praline and seabuckthorn ...

      Back to Canada

      A travel blog entry by ozray on Sep 21, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... so we spent that time chatting.
      After settling in I decided to go to the Citadel area and visit the Plains of Abraham exhibition. This area was the scene for a battle in 1759 between the French and British who wanted to re-take Quebec again. The exhibition also explains the history of how Quebec has resisted change from the French way of doing things and this has lasted right up to present day. I was assuming everyone could ...

      Walking tour of old Quebec with Claude

      A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 25, 2013

      7 photos

      ... were cliffs facing the Saint Laurent River. Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec in 1608 and built it on the narrowest part of the river as the french canons didn't have the distance for firing and from this point they could bombard all the wooden battleships and no one could take the fort.

      Lots of winding streets with beautiful old buildings you could quite easily get lost here, we followed our little map down Saint Jean to the ...

      I woke up in France!?

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 21, 2013

      217 photos

      ... stores in North America, J.A. Moisan.

      We then visited the former barracks complex which is now a museum. For fun I decided to swing backwards off the bench we were sitting on. I misjudged how far it was and fell a lot further than I was expecting! Not far and I didn’t hurt myself but it was quite funny! See photo of my lying on the floor!

      Our last day was a relaxed affair as our train was at 3pm. This meant we could chill out ...

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

      A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

      1 comment, 82 photos

      ... was BETTER than the one I had in Paris, (but don't tell the French I said that!) They bake everything on site, and it's so fresh you can almost see it still steaming on the loaded racks before they are arranged artfully in the counter display cabinets. After this shameful holiday indulgence, I thought I'd better do penance by walking along the city wall all the way up to the Citadel. It was quite a hike, I can tell you! I spent a fascinating couple of hours there, and had a ...