Donohue

51, Chemin Du Havre, La Malbaie, Quebec, G0T 1M0, Canada | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 51, Chemin Du Havre, La Malbaie, is near Basse-Ville, Domaine de Maizerets, Agora, and Old Port of Quebec Interpretation Centre.
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Travel Blogs from La Malbaie

Day 32

A travel blog entry by bharvey on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... a marmot. So neat.

Tomorrow we will pack up and head north with a couple stops around here first so long as weather cooperates. We will travel towards Montreal on the north shore of the St. Lawrence as I've not done that and Denis would like to go up to Shawi****n in honour of Jean Chretien.


PS -- I think I will put larger album of photos on fb.... watch for ...

Berry Picking, St. Petronille and more Ice Cream

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 22, 2013

6 photos

Today was a beautiful clear and crisp day. We started out with a run down by the waterfront, got cleaned up and headed out to Isle D'Orleans. Sue had read some good things about a food truck in St. Petronille and that's where we headed but alas a bus load of 45 arrived minutes before we did and t he wait was going to be too long for our crew to handle. We didn't have a plan B so we continued into town and ate at ...

Discovering Old Quebec

A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Jul 03, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... performance that was put on specifically for the birthday celebration! WOW, it was amazing! We had never seen a Cirque performance before and to see one with the castle all lit up as a backdrop was very impressive. The evening was finished off with a fireworks display over the St. Lawrence River! We were lucky to have arrived on a festival day! Incredible architecture, stone & brick buildings everywhere and you really feel as though you are stepping back in ...

Free time in Canada with my friends

A travel blog entry by possum1 on Sep 17, 2012

... good views of the city. That afternoon Amanda and I caught a bus to Quebec, which took about 3 hours. The seats we had were super cramped – our knees touched the seats in front of us, so we couldn’t move our legs at all! I looked around when I was feeling particularly uncomfortable, and I noticed that everyone else seemed to have a normal amount of legroom. It seemed they'd squeezed an extra row of seats on the bus to make a bit more money, and we were unfortunate enough ...

Taking the bull by the horns...

A travel blog entry by emmajogibson on Oct 10, 2011

7 photos

... in the end somebody else moved and I was the only person on the whole bus with a double seat to myself. Being early sometimes does pay off!

We arrived in Québec City at around 11am, and were met by a tour guide from the town, who took us on a short walking tour of the lower old town. I don't think you really could do a long tour of this part of town! It's beautiful, a very quaint European village-esque kind of place. It reminded me a lot of ...

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