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

On My Own...

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 16, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... were beginning our descent. The only good thing about this was that when people walked past us to get off the plane they saw an adorable sleeping baby, and who doesn't love a sleeping baby?! Samuel was a champion helping me with bags, baby and stroller, and we were soon at customs waiting to enter Canada. The only problem was they wanted a written declaration from Tom saying that he was aware I was taking his children to another country. I explained our trip and showed the customs lady ...

Living amongst frogs

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 20, 2013

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... elderly alike can appreciate a good old fashioned circus and light show, and I'm sure many people like myself will return for that reason alone. You win Quebec; you've taken three days when I intended to give you one, but I just couldn't leave. Now I'm faced with the daunting task of returning the 170 miles to Montreal in one day in order to return in time for the skate demo tomorrow. Stay tuned.. Quebec City QC, 0 miles, days 51 and ...

Days 6 & 7/ Circus Acts and Bruno Mars

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 08, 2013

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... and cheese makers got together to recreate the local cheese and we bought some but haven't tried it yet. You cook this cheese in the oven before serving. The island itself has about 6 different small communities each with its own church, industry, and traditions. The tour CD made a big deal about the genealogical aspect of the place as there were a number of founding families whose lineage continues. In fact, two of my ...

Ice Hotel and Sugar Shack

A travel blog entry by carlsons-canada on Feb 09, 2013

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... settled in the Lower Town alongside the river. Quebec City was a valuable prize sought after many times in the wars of the 17th and 18th centuries. When it finally fell to the English in 1759, New france became a British colony.

The old quarter of Quebec City is a world heritage site and is the only fortified (walled) city in North America. It was whilst we were here that we got to admire the maze of narrow, winding streets and sloping roofs. We ...

Bonjour Quebec

A travel blog entry by tvordlj on May 07, 2012

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... and when we got up, it was still only 9 o’clock!

While we get our bearings, here’s a bit of information for you: Quebec City is one of the oldest settlements in Canada, founded over 400 years ago by the French. It’s been fought over and, most famously, won by General Wolfe leading the English, at the Battle of the
Plains of Abraham in 1759. Although Canada ended up being owned wholly by the British, the province of Quebec ...

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