Auberge du Lac Morency

Address: 42, rue de la Chaumine, Saint Hippolyte, Quebec, J8A 2N4, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 42, rue de la Chaumine, Saint Hippolyte.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Hippolyte

    Montmorency Falls

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 20, 2014

    14 photos

    Today's forecast was -15 degrees, not including wind chill. The sky was blue, so I thought today would be the better day to go to Montmorency Falls as the rest of the week is forecast for colder weather.
    I was very rugged up for the cold weather and headed off to get the bus. It was about a 15 minute walk. The only part of me exposed to the weather was my eyes & I wished I could have covered them. The wind was so cold my eyes just watered. I got on the bus and thought ...

    Public market & upper town walking tour

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 19, 2014

    21 photos

    Today's forecast was snow & -5 degrees. When I woke up I opened the curtains to see it snowing. It didn't stop all day.
    I headed out to the Quebec Public Market. I thought being Sunday would be a good day. Not sure if everyone was @ church or staying home out of the snow, but there was only about a dozen people there. Not much to look at. I think again it is a " it's winter " issue. I planned to by some fruit to have in the hotel room incase I get hungry, ...

    T'es geek ou t'es pas geek? Are you geek or what?

    A travel blog entry by dingleberry on Jul 17, 2010

    28 photos

    ... way to be!

    Highlights -

    Mont Royal - the big green forested thing in the middle of the town - amazingly tranquil and gorgeous views.
    Vieux Port - European style area by the river - lots of things going on...
    Avenue de Mont Royal - a little like Shoreditch/Queen St in Toronto. Lots of interesting shops and particually cool bookstores and cd shops.
    The Gay village - The largest such area in North America in terms of area - lots of bars ...

    Final approach.

    A travel blog entry by sergemichael on Mar 10, 2009

    29 photos

    ... 2 days exploring this exciting city. We did not expect much from it, Santiago being more of less in the "shadow" of Buenos Aires. Maybe precisely because of this, we found it very pleasant: the city is smaller, easier to visit, the people are friendly and genuine, the drivers are courteous, the sidewalks free of dog poo, and the setting is grandiose, surrounded by the snow caped peaks of the Andes. We also had great sunny days, and not ...


    A travel blog entry by hmmma on Apr 14, 2007

    7 photos

    Entering Canada we came to Montreal. A city we didn't really plan to visit, it just happened to be on the way to Toronto so why not stop there for a couple of days? Apparently Montreal is famous for strip bars and its gay district, ...