Manoir De La Tour

385 Grande Allee Est, Quebec, G1R2H8, Canada | Hotel
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Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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Quebec, like Montreal is well known for it's cuisine and didn’t disappoint us. Not only were we able to eat well here we managed to eat relatively cheaply.

Our first day took us to the market where portions of salad and fries weren’t the cheapest but huge, fresh and came with a port view.

Day two we were forced to shelter from the snow and found Les Anciennes Cannadiens suitably accommodating. This is a restaurant where it would be quite possible to spend ...

Baie St. Catherine/Saguenay Fjord/Lumiere

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein

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... large Lake Jean, the weather was very cold, and we took their suggestions to visit a local zoo in Falardeau. It was really a very nice zoo full of rescued animals. You name it -- lions, tigers, bears, moose, camels, coyotes, wolves -- the list goes on and on. I couldn't catch too much of the interpretation which was all in French but it was a nice way to spend a couple of hours on a cloudy day. We then headed back to the St. Lawrence on the southern Fjord route stopping at Anse ...

Days 6 & 7/ Circus Acts and Bruno Mars

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein

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... nice and took several hours. The circuit around the island is about 40 miles and we stopped to sample apple cider, cheese, ice cream, etc. The cheeses in Quebec are really phenomenal literally hundreds to choose from and the grocery stores stock an eye popping variety. The cheese from the Isle d'Orleans that we bought is a traditional cheese that had been made there until regulations shut them down in the 70s. In the last few ...

Day 4 Quebec City

A travel blog entry by kevinterry

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... are in French ( 95%25 of Quebecians are francophone although English is taught at school). The interior of the building is beautifully decorated with some quite ornate cornices and chandeliers and a wonderful wooden staircase up the centre of the building. We had been told about a newer area of Quebec called Saint Roch that had been completely rejuvenated over the last 16 years. Apparently this is where the locals shop so we decided to visit this ...

Viva La France... oh wait, we're in Canada!

A travel blog entry by georgie891

... building, from the 18th century-now the town hall.
Walked past all the old cannons still in place just inside of the walls of Quebec, ready to defend the city!

Next it was onto the Chateau Frontenac (yet another Fairmont hotel). It is the most photographed landmark in the city, and there's no surprise why. I think its definitely the prettiest and grandest, out of the other 2 I've seen- Banff and Lake Louise.


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This hotel, located on 385 Grande Allee Est, Quebec, is near Montmorency Falls Park and Sation Touristique Lac Beauport.
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