Auberge Sir Wilfrid

3055 Boul Laurier, Quebec City, Quebec, G1V 2L9, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Boozing at last

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie


... an open fire, a few tipsy locals drizzling Quebecois to one another, a guy propping up the bar, televised Olympics and a friendly barman,who advised us on a jug of ale to save our coin. At $7 for a two pint pitcher naturally we had to stay for 3…maybe 4 forgetting all about food. Whilst atChez Gerard one of us realised, through the haze of our first serious pints ina while, that our 12pm hockey final was in fact starting at 7am. The friendly barman advised us that Chez ...

Quebec sooo Amazing

A travel blog entry by rorox


... of the french influence in this town. Slowly we meandered through Rue Du Petit Champlain admiring the music and the stores wares before heading up Rue Du Notre Dame and entering Place de Royale a small square that reminded Rox and I of a small European city square surrounded by cute cafes and watched over in one corner by the Eglise du Notre Dame Des Victoires. This church dates back to 1688 and is the oldest stone church in North America. It's a beautiful small church with a ...

Fake France Part 2

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... 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 ...

Québec City, the New France

A travel blog entry by gracetso


... good stuff. Noting the table next to me had ordered Croque Monsieur, I ordered a Croque Madame without second thought. There is some wisdom in following what the local eats. Crispy baguette with melty cheese made to order. Good choice. Apple cider is a refreshing drink to kill a sleepy afternoon. Le Couchon Dingue, at the Basse-Ville. It is a random bistro that I ran into in a rush, having skipped dinner the night before and then missed ...

Je me Souviens

A travel blog entry by leighge


... a few hours to visit and were taking pictures of everything. I grabbed a hot chocolate and sat on a bench in the sun to write some post cards, by which time things had quieted down a little and I could wander in peace. I'm a very selfish tourist, I want to enjoy everything without anyone else to annoy me! Had French Onion soup to warm me up for lunch then walked some more before deciding to catch a bus to a shopping mall to get out of the cold for a whle. I needed to ...

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This hotel, located in the Sainte Foy Sillery area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Parc Aquarium du Quebec, Joan of Arc, and La Promenade des Gouverneurs.
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