Address: 51, Chemin Du Havre, La Malbaie, Quebec, G0T 1M0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 51, Chemin Du Havre, La Malbaie, is near Basse-Ville, Old Port of Quebec Interpretation Centre, Domaine de Maizerets, and Agora.
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Travel Blogs from La Malbaie

Il etait une fois Quebec

A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Oct 01, 2014

4 comments, 31 photos

... Michel. He was a wonderful guide, about our age, with a wealth of knowledge about his city. He had worked in production for TV, and was currently an amateur movie maker. He shared that "Catch Me If You Can" had been filmed in the Lower Town when they were supposed to be in Paris. Never having been to Paris I can't vouch for authenticity, but I would say that the entire Old City, Upper and Lower certainly did remind me of Europe, for me ...

2 Weeks Underway, Halifax to Quebec

A travel blog entry by steveandclair on Jun 01, 2014

24 photos

... all eyes peeled for lobster pots and their treacherous lines. Creeping up a slow winding river for dockage in Liscomb Bay, we arrived at a "marina" which consisted of one wooden dock with one working cleat, just long enough for our 80 feet. A rustic hotel was perched atop the shoreline through the pine trees and we were quickly greeted by an eager friendly woman offering that day's lobster haul, steamed to perfection with all the accompaniments. She scurried off to prepare ...

A day when many Hard Lessons were learnt

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Aug 21, 2013

4 photos

... It's so weird that they mix those two together. Viet--> Pho and Rice rolls Bangkok--> Pad Thai and Tom yum... I miss them so much.

Finally after the 3 hours "city bus tour", I reached old quebec. Felt so drained and hungry. It is already 3pm, I need food. Walked as quickly as I could to the nearest and biggest cafe. Bought the cheapest and biggest pastry I see- Almond cream puff.
It is huge but it tasted ...

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus on Jul 31, 2013

1 comment, 71 photos

... cliffs. The French colony flourished in the early 1600's becoming the center of "New France". It soon became a walled city.

The British attacked the city in 1690 and were unsuccessful. Quebec was successfully defended for six decades. In 1759 Quebec fell to Britain. The siege of the city culminated Sept. 13, when British general James Wolfe and his troops scaled the sheer cliffs to reach the Plains of Abraham above ...

Day 54 - Québec City

A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on Jul 03, 2013

5 photos

... and took a nap! Made dinner at the same time as Claire and Marie, then made my way into the old town as there were things going on for the fête de Québec. Lots of streer performers, and also this strange theatre type thing where there were actors sitting in a park with lit up balloons and people went pver in groups whilst the actor told a 'secret'. Never seen anything like it, was very interesting. Not sure I got all of the ...

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