Auberge Jeunesse a LouLou

Address: 3365 des Eglises, Levis, Quebec, G6X 1W5, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 3365 des Eglises, Levis, is near Quartier du Petit Champlain, Plains of Abraham, Parc Aquarium du Quebec, and La Promenade des Gouverneurs.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Shuttle bus service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Jeunesse a LouLou Levis

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          Travel Blogs from Levis

          Day 22 - Ferry trip to Quebec City

          A travel blog entry by strayerstravel on Jun 20, 2013

          37 photos

          A funny thing happened on the way to Quebec Provence - the map and guide books said that Quebec was on Atlantic time. Our cells were still on Eastern time - so we asked some people. Turned out that we were the only ones on Atlantic time - we were advised that the time zone changes when we enter New Brunswick [tomorrow]. Maybe that explains the difficulty driving -- we were in the wrong time zone - well just beam me up Scotty.

          Another day in La Belle Citee

          A travel blog entry by lewismdm on Oct 07, 2012

          2 comments, 39 photos

          ... 233;ed rabbit. I meant to be brave and have either Flopsy or Mopsy but we both ended up having French onion soup which was the best I've ever had. It must have been Cottontail they used in the broth! THEN I had sugar pie! Who invented that? Brown sugar, cream, maple, and pastry - what's not to like! Plus they put some sliced apple in to make it super healthy!! We did some more wandering about wide eyed, Mike taking ...

          Walking around in a snow globe.

          A travel blog entry by jamesmc on Dec 09, 2011

          1 comment, 29 photos

          ... is French but the locals were all more than helpful and polite once we'd made an effort to parles un peu in our own mix of French and English, as is referred to by my French brother in law, as Fran-glais.

          The only piece of advise I would give is to be careful of taxi drivers charging very inflated prices. On the two occasions we had to had to get a cab, both of the drivers managed to get a few extra quid from us, even despite a meter being on. However, this is ...

          Quebec City interlude

          A travel blog entry by andante_abroad on Aug 26, 2011

          6 photos

          ... first settled in 1609 still with some houses dating from early 17th Century. The upper part became a fort, the very one that Wolfe took in his surprise backdoor attack a century later.

          “Did” the lower part first, found beautiful street music, guitarist Paul Brian, and bought 2 CD's. Next came the pipes(bag) and drums of Canadian military, then a male harpist. Settlement very quaint but almost swallowed by the port buildings ...


          A travel blog entry by colinchipchase on May 07, 2010

          10 photos

          ... in it?' she inquired as I squelched my way towards the counter. I attempted to show her on the map where I got too but it was wet through and wouldn't fold out. 'Wow that came out of nowhere, what a bad storm!' she said. She must have had a really good view of it from her shop window.

          I was determined to take Friday easy. The size of Quebec, being around seven times smaller than Montreal, meant that I'd mostly seen it all on the first day so this was easy to do. I made ...