L'Anse des Meres

553, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 4J4, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Old Quebec City

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jul 10, 2014

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... a lot of tourists and people enjoying the area. Old Quebec is filled with lots of tourist shops, street performers and restaurants. But what makes the area unique is the very old buildings. Suzanne and I did a lot of walking, enjoyed eating lunch at an outdoor cafe and seeing all the old buildings.
Tomorrow we go and see a waterfall that is over 90 ft taller than Niagara Falls. That should be something!!
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Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 24, 2014

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... was called that we shared, the pictures don’t help to identify it either but it was a meat, with questionable vegetables and salad, both draped in gravy and fries which weren’t great. It wasn’t cheap it wasn’t good and the atmosphere was well matched to our hangovers. If Wimpy did school dinners then perhaps that’s what Ashtons is like. A word of warning to any planning a trip to Quebec, please stay away – if in doubt look at our pictures of happy diners. ...

Day 28- Quebec

A travel blog entry by fis on Oct 06, 2013

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... the cliff top. It was here a I was asked if I'd like to go for coffee by a random guy who was walking behind me on the path. I poorly declined and went in opposite directions. All up I wandered around the park for over an hour, before getting the bus back. I got off the bus near the government building, from here I walked through Abrahams battlefield into the upper part if old town. I had a look through the Chateau Frontenac and wandered the streets for a bit looking ...

Fake France Part 2

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 17, 2013

... in Victoria this is for the provinical government only (which like American states deals with stuff like education and healthcare). For this level of governance it seems a bit over the top, as does the one in Victoria in retrospect. They also refer to it as the national parliament. I called the guide on this but she said 'nation' doesn't have to apply to a, ahem nation (like Canada!) but to a group of people all the same, i.e. French Canadians. Smells like ...

02 Roads to Labrador

A travel blog entry by tombuttle on May 22, 2013

1 comment, 36 photos

... the Reserve – As they say here “C'est la vie.” The next morning we headed towards Quebec City after packing away wet gear but landed short as we settled into an almost empty Parc national de la Mauriere just north of Trois-Rivieres. Woke to more rain and packed away a wet tent fly again. But Canadian National Parks have a great feature – shelters ...

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