La Maison Bourlamaque

1045 de Bourlamaque, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 2P3, Canada | B&B
Prices starting from $79.00

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Day 22 - The Cruise - Quebec City

A travel blog entry by tallypez


... see from the photo I have attached, they were not stingie on the use of gold!

Sitting above the Place Royale in the Upper Town is Chateau Frontenac, a palatial hotel built in the 19th century which dominates the landscape regardless of where you are in the city. The views of the city and the river from the Chateau are a sight to behold, especially as the weather was clearing and it was turning out to be a warm, sunny day.

We were given free ...

Lots of travel the last two days

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes


... tide was out on the way up, so tidal flats were showing, but the tide had come back in by our return. The river is 1,000km from the Atlantic and has fresh water, but quite muddy looking.

Did a huge walk around the 'wall' when we got back - our hotel is high up in the upper ...

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

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... of such a place, all local fresh produce and crafts, and more jewellery stalls than I'VE ever seen in one place! I certainly wasn't planning to buy anything, hadn't I already bought myself more than enough these last few weeks? But I came across this unique jewellery unlike anything I'd seen before, the photo will give a better description than I can. I liked the fact that it's a unique piece, as is all the artists work. Tiny, sweet blueberries and some sugar free chocolate ...


A travel blog entry by mollohan


... as this would hold a certain attraction.

We topped off our day with dinner at one of the local cafes. While dining at a sidewalk table sounded appealing, the reality of the heat drove us indoors. Lauren and I split what turned out to be, another great pizza. And for someone who doesn't really like pizza (me!) to say that, it has to be good. Cam and Meg opted for the soup and sandwich specials and we all had gelato for dessert. Yum!

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by lilychips


... city! Long walk on the "promenade" all along the river, the old town, the fortifications, cute little streets with pretty shops and cafes, a taste of the maple taffys, a lunch of traditional "chinese pate" (beef, potatoes, corn), churches, piazzas, cobbled streets. A few laughs with "rue Couillard", t-shirts "my next boyfriend will be normal" and "Chuck Norris". A good dinner of "epluchettes de ble d'Inde" while watching "les tetes a claques" ...

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This B&B, located in the Montcalm area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Joan of Arc, Grande Allee, and Grand Théâtre de Québec.
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