Auberge la Maison Otis

Address: 23 rue St-Jean-Baptiste, Baie-St-Paul, Quebec, G0A 1B0, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 23 rue St-Jean-Baptiste, Baie-St-Paul, is near Montmorency Falls Park, Vignoble Ste-Petronille, Domaine de Maizerets, and Agora.
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    Travel Blogs from Baie-St-Paul

    What to do on a rainy day

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Sep 29, 2014

    17 photos

    ... a glimpse of the ski hill at Mont St Anne through the slanting rain, and time for a bathroom break. The fall colors were shrouded in the foggy mist, as if we were moving through an impressionist painting. The Mercedes zoomed on through winding back roads and came down a very steep hill to the quaint town of Baie-St-Paul. It was probably busy and bustling on the past autumn weekend but on this rainy day ...

    The Great Wall of Quebec

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 17, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... It was clear that we were overdressed for the weather and headed back to change. Samuel saw this as an opportunity to stay at the hotel for a swim. But I wanted to explore as we are only here for four days. We headed back towards the train station then around towards the Port. We found a beautiful flower market brimming with bright bouquets and luckily some mango sorbet, Sammy's favourite. This pepped him up for the walk ahead. We walked right along the ...

    Oh Canada!...or Poutine and History!

    A travel blog entry by jmpncw on Sep 20, 2013

    24 photos

    ... ham and bechamel crepe and a chocolate, hazelnut, banana crepe. More walking and touring led to croissants and coffees and Chez Temporel. We ended Old Quebec with a fancy, gastropub version of poutine. Wild mushroom ragout, cheddar cheese curds, onions. It was outstanding. Dinner on the way back to our camp was Du lacs and poutine. An interesting story developed when we ordered two du lac trios. Being silly americans we thought this meant 3 ...

    Fake France Part 2

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 17, 2013

    ... there I headed to the Citadel which takes up most of the raised area close to the water. Originally built by the French, it was spruced up by the British, after the American's had a stab at claiming Canada too. All of this occured here, as it was a key city for trade and supply routes to Europe. Whilst you can pay to see the Citadel I decided it probably wasn't worth it. It isn't a fanciful castle, the buildings are all low and sensible so there's not much ...

    Home sweet home

    A travel blog entry by ju.tremblay on Mar 12, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... cook in the entire world, except perhaps for muffins (No hard feeling, Mom!). Unfortunately, a step is already made because I had to forget them the day that I moved in my apartment at Montmagny downtown last semester. But since the spring break, I succumbed to her delicious treats and it's with emotion that I shared my last brunch with my dear little mama.

    2- Cat naps!
    Yep... thanks to ...