Hotel Sepia

3135, chemin Saint-Louis, Quebec City, Quebec, G1W 1R9, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Ah, food.

A travel blog entry by kate99


... to when you don't have film.

Yesterday evening I was busy thinking about my upcoming meal at a bistro called Le Hobbit (how could I resist trying it?) when I walked into my hostel dorm room and found one of the girls there eating food from McDonalds. Granted we are in Quebec City so the McDonalds looks posher than most, and even my Mum has eaten at McDonalds (once), but I still had to stop myself from staring in wide eyed horror ...

Bon Jour from Quebec

A travel blog entry by pathfinder35


... t with us as their excursion was in the afternoon - Somehow Princess gave Andy and I morning excursions and it was sold out so Helen/Beulah couldn't change to it. Their excursion lasted until 6pm so it was an exhausting afternoon for them.

But we still went to dinner at 6:30. Andy and I had made a reservation at Sabatini's, the 'pay' ($25) Italian restaurant onboard as a special final dinner of our trip.

More French than France

A travel blog entry by tizwoz


What a delight to have a bright sunny day with a cloudless sky. That is what greeted us when we docked in Quebec City. As we are a relatively small ship we docked in the Old Port and therefore could walk off the ship and straight into the old town. What a beautiful city Quebec is. It looks more French than Paris! In the old quarter we wandered through narrow streets lined with gorgeous shops and restaurants. We could have spent ...

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus


... 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 ...

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre and Montmorency Falls

A travel blog entry by carlsons-canada


... time to sit in the pews and say some prayers which was really lovely. The stained glass windows were magnificent and the church itself has an extraordinary history. It obviously played and continue s to play a very important role in people's faith.

After our tour it was time to go and explore the Montmorency Falls. Every place we visit we continue to find it difficult to put into words or capture on film how amazing or spectacular it really is. This place was no ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Saint Louis area of Quebec City, is near Plains of Abraham, Parc Aquarium du Quebec, Joan of Arc, and La Promenade des Gouverneurs.
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