L'Anse des Meres

Address: 553, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 4J4, Canada | B&B
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Quebec City

A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on May 24, 2015

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... and went back to the hotel.
Our tour guide was from Quebec City and had the most beautiful accent. Her name was Danielle, and she, by request, gave the tour mostly in English. We walked out from the hotel to the Plaines d'Abraham next to the Citadel. We didn't actually get to go inside the Citadel, but we got a great view of both the fortress and the fortified walls surrounding Old Quebec.
We walked for a few hours around Old ...


A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 19, 2014


... the campus again and met a friend at Starbucks! It was so nice to see someone besides my group members!
Thursday we went to a theological school here in Montreal and sat in on a lecture about the transfiguration (it was so beyond me...) and then walked to the Basilica where you can look over all of Montreal and we watched the rain come from across the city, it was so cool to watch the rain fall! Then we went to a famous poutine place ...

Across the border into Canada

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jul 23, 2014

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... past and there is still a loyal contingent of Moxie drinkers in Maine. They even have an annual festival to celebrate it.

And then we came to the border and had a nice long chat with a Canadian Border Agent. Nice guy. I was glad he didn’t search the car, because Steve fibbed a little about how much wine we had back there and didn’t admit to having a few cigars. And as we entered Canada we found ourselves faced ...

Bonhomme Carvinal

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 12, 2014

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... as a snowman.

We made our way towards the carnival with our first stop being at bonhommes house. The first thing that jumped out at me (granted it was kinda late on a school night) was the visible lack of people. For a festival with such hype surrounding t, it was insane to see how little people there were. We skipped straight into bonhommes house which was made entirely from snow and ice and fully decked out with tvs, a kitchen, ...

Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

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... rails on the rooftops to stop avalanches when the snow begins to melt in spring. It was really intriguing to see the differences between the buildings and to learn about the historical events or environmental influences which encouraged the development of these new styles and features. We eventually made it to Rue Saint Jean and our second food stop for the tour, Le Delices de I'Erable. This store is all about Maple syrup, one of Quebec's biggest industries. We headed upstairs into ...

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