Travel Blogs from Quebec City, Canada

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Historic French Canadian City, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Historic French Canadian City

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... . This area has a distinct European feel with its stone buildings and winding streets lined with shops and restaurants. Quebec City's skyline is dominated by the massive Château Frontenac Hotel, perched on top of Cap-Diamant. ...

Quebec City and the Wonder-bus, Montreal & Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec City and the Wonder-bus

A travel blog entry by shaeh

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... Water + Steep Hilly Terrain + Cobble Stones + Flower pots = Beautiful City The architecture of Chateau Frontenac, a working hotel was magnificent. Overall Quebec city in the summer was stunning and I would really love to go back and spend more time there. ...

Bonjour! It's Quebec!, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Bonjour! It's Quebec!

A travel blog entry by benleah

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... computer we've had to burn to disc and delete photo's from our hard drive. More photo's will be added later.* Leah says: Quebec City was just as gorgeous as I remember. It is a very quaint very French city with beautiful buildings and sections of cobbled ...

French Canadians, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

French Canadians

A travel blog entry by jawad

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Everything is in French, menus, roads signs, ...

Pride is a non-issue, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Pride is a non-issue

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter

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... hitching part of the way back. It will allow me to avoid having to worry about making the skate demo, give me extra time in Quebec City, and save the mental breakdown I would likely have trying to peddle into the wind for 180 miles. Pride, in this case, ...

Creative Quebec City, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Creative Quebec City

A travel blog entry by vine_hooligans

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... with finely dressed people and bistros and cafes spilling over onto the pavement. We felt right at home in this welcoming city! Quebec City, celebrating its 400th birthday this year, is the only city with city walls north of Mexico City and it is not ...

Quebec City, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by itsem

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... later a tipsy Michelle texted to say she was esconsed in first class and being plied with free food and alchohol! A days wandering around Quebec City has left Michelle and I rather red faced! Not used to the sun it snuck us and left us hoping for a ...

Quebec City - Old Walled City., Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec City - Old Walled City.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... and the bus driver was French speaking with only halting English. The Province of Quebec stands alone in its complete "Frenchness". Quebec City is the only walled city still in existence in North America or Canada. Narrow, hilly streets with tall French ...

Vieux-Quebec, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Vieux-Quebec

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... Citadel, and taking a boat tour on the St. Lawrence river. We also had fun practicing our French, but we were thankful that Canada is a bilingual country when our French failed us. The weather was cooler than at home, currently in the 100's F. In Quebec, ...

Pentathalons for nutters, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Pentathalons for nutters

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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... in knee high snow and their healthy interest in the Winter Olympics. We certainly believed it when we came across the Quebec Winter Pentathalon. On two consecutive days our meandering took us to Battlefield park and on two consecutive days we saw a load ...

Ramparts and Patisseries, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Ramparts and Patisseries

A travel blog entry by sarahx

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... there. A flying deer certainly would have been interesting. But I digress. We arrived at the historic world heritage site of Quebec city at 10am, and were instantly transported to Europe. Well, again, not literally. That would also have been interesting. ...

Eastern Discovery Tour Day 2 - Boston to Quebec, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Eastern Discovery Tour Day 2 - Boston to Quebec

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz

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... and architecture are very interesting none the less. I hadn't realized that Canada was actually settled earlier than the US. Quebec is in French Canada, so not being able to understand any of the signs or menus has been a little disconcerting. We arrived ...

Ferry cross the Lawrence, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Ferry cross the Lawrence

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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We had decided that we would follow in Anna and Jim's footsteps, and take a trip across the St Lawrence River by boat, to a little town called Levis. (Not 501 straight leg Levis, just a little ol’ town, with no denim in sight). The sole purpose of ...

Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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... 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 ...

Quebec, Nice Town if you can see it, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec, Nice Town if you can see it

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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We loved Quebec. Toronto is a great cosmopolitan city, Montreal is tres cool but Quebec felt like a really good fit to us.   The only walled city in North America  Quebec is small enough to get around on foot. It's also old – ...

Quebec continued, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec continued

A travel blog entry by sarahx

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... to go check out the Citadel next- a still-in-use barracks built by the English in 18th Century to protect Quebec from those dastardly Americans, which, combined with the fortifications in place from the French reign, made the town nearly impregnable. It ...

Boozing at last, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Boozing at last

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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... ,just an hour and a shower after the match, we realised we had no bed, stonking hangovers and  nine hours before our train onwards.. there followed a day of very slowly drank coffees and meandering around Quebec before a  very good nights ...

Old France and its god damned tourists!, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Old France and its god damned tourists!

A travel blog entry by neilandamy

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... at a roadside picnic area. Nowhere near as nice as the BC ones but had picnic benches so amy was happy....... On to Quebec City....... finally got there to be confronted with two problems....... One, my gas light was flashing at me and god knows where ...

day six, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

day six

A travel blog entry by canadacaro

... time to see FEIST! We got there quite early and caught some of the last band's act - they were called 'stars' and were from Canada. They were really good, and threw roses out into the crowd at the end of each song. Unfortunately we did not get one, but ...

Walking, freezing and BONHOMME!, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Walking, freezing and BONHOMME!

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

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... grade 3 "Let's Learn French" text book at age nine and decided that if only one day, JUST FOR ONE DAY, I could go to Quebec City and play in the snow at Carnaval with Bonhomme, my life would be complete. Finally, my childhood dream would come true. Little ...

Day 13. Montreal to Quebec, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Day 13. Montreal to Quebec

A travel blog entry by colindaines

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... name. Of course many photo opps. Then on to Quebec via a lunch time stop at a local shopping mall about halfway. We came into Quebec around the banks of the St. Lawrence river way then through part or the old town, out through one of the 4 arched gates ...

Montmorency Falls, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Montmorency Falls

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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We woke up this morning to an outrageously large amount of snow which meant getting around was going to be difficult as the roads were hectic. We navigated our way to jennys aunties restaurant casa grecque for lunch and got a heaping of food to munch on. ...

A land where soft drinks come in 591ml bottles, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

A land where soft drinks come in 591ml bottles

A travel blog entry by colin

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... giving you something to read whilst at work. Last time I was in Halifax and it was Canada Day. I discovered that Canada is younger than New Zealand. Quebec city was established in 1608 - I know, I know, very young relative to Europe and Asia, but ...

Quebec = K-bec = not a tourist, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec = K-bec = not a tourist

A travel blog entry by brandonibologna

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... to have a great time hanging out, but I love it when I hear diffrent languages I don't have to comprehend.   Quebec is a wonderful city. The old town area is a bit touristy but absolutly beautiful. It looks like an old, European town, and I hit ...

day 22, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

day 22

A travel blog entry by canadacaro

... . This time we went to the musee des beaux arts. This was really interesting, we saw several exhibitions - one on general quebec art, one with riopelle (a famous quebecker artist) and an exhibition of inuit art (which is apparently a recent phenomenon). ...

Quebec City, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by gomezguillermo

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... went there was a group of about 100 university students, so it was pretty lively. After the stop in Montreal, we continued to Quebec City. We stayed with Mathieu and Myriam. Mathieu is Steph's old travel buddy and Myriam is his girlfriend. The weekend we ...

Horaire des entraînements, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Horaire des entraînements

A travel blog entry by isaa501

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 La plus grande partie de notre aventure se déroulera à la Kunyu Moutain Shaolin Academy puisque nous y sommes logés et nourris en plus des cours.Du lundi au vendredi, nous suivrons des entraînements rigoureux en arts martiaux selon le style ...

Bonjour, Quebec!, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Bonjour, Quebec!

A travel blog entry by strosequebec

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... . We enjoyed a rotisserie chicken dinner at this restaurant that is a chain similar to Swiss Chalet and very popular throughout Quebec. Our students received several compliments from the wait staff for their excellent behaviour at dinner. We've come to ...

day 18, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

day 18

A travel blog entry by canadacaro

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... we just listened to the rest of the presentations about names that hadn't yet been done. Again these were interesting, because Canada is a relatively new civilisation most people's great Grandparents were some sort of immigrant, and that leads to lots of ...

Viva La France... oh wait, we're in Canada!, Quebec City, Canada travel blog

Viva La France... oh wait, we're in Canada!

A travel blog entry by georgie891

... 18th century-now the town hall. Walked past all the old cannons still in place just inside of the walls of Quebec, ready to defend the city! Next it was onto the Chateau Frontenac (yet another Fairmont hotel). It is the most photographed landmark in the ...

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