Cap Sur Mer House

Address: 56 Rue Raphael Cap L'Aigle, Quebec, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quebec

What to do on a rainy day

A travel blog entry by garyanne on Sep 29, 2014

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... 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 ...

Indulgence at the Chocolatier

A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... estate home. There are still lots of apple orchards and other agricultural enterprises in the island, but you can tell it is changing and as the city grows it is an attractive location to live. Our first stop on the island was at a farmers apple stand. He had his fresh apples for sale and other products like apple juice and cider, the apple wines he makes, apple jellies and more. We bought some of the cider and it was fresh and ...

A day to rest at Riviere-du-Loup

A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Sep 16, 2014

4 photos

... met was polite and helpful. We pulled into the Municipal campground and it was relatively empty. After setting up we took a 2 hour walk along the rivers shore. The river is getting very wide now and the only way across is by ferry and there seem to be a few routes near the larger cities. Not much else to report today as we are just relaxing and taking it ...

Blog entry #4

A travel blog entry by hansonmartens on Sep 06, 2014

7 comments, 1 photo

... drove to the old part on Montreal over cobble-stone streets. We spent the rest of our day there looking through old churches and dining at restaurants. It was great!

The next day, we drove to Quebec city and stayed there two nights. Our free-of-driving day was spent touring old Quebec. Old Quebec is one of the two last standing walled cities in all ...

A change of cultures.

A travel blog entry by priceys_0n_t0ur on Aug 12, 2014

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... seemed to be the only type they sell; so even though tonight we had a choice of some lovely flavours Tom and I stuck to the good old whippy. Molly broke with tradition and had a frozen raspberry yoghurt. The friendly locals wanted to take photos for us as Nick was taking one of the three of us on our "velos". One of them thought we had cycled our way from the UK and as his English was not as good as we have been used to and our French very hit and miss I think he still might!
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