Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... water. This place is close to the estuary of the St Lawrence river which starts off at 40 miles wide but its not quite that wide here as you can at least see the other side. Its ecosystem means that food here is abundant for lots of marine life in particular minke, beluga and occasionaly hump back whales. Along with porpoises and seals this should be a trip with some unique sights. We didnt have to wait long for the first ...
Taking a breather today from the driving and hanging out in Quebec City. Weather forecast said sunny intervals with temperatures around 25 degrees today so dressed in shorts and T shirt we headed out of the hotel into cloudy, windy weather with a temperature more like 11. No matter I soldiered on like a typical Brit with unswerving optimism that when the sun did appear I would be suitably dressed while all ...
... trying to defame the cafe, Pilliard sells the best croissant in Quebec city, all the bread and cakes look awesome too, but that almond thing is an anomaly. I felt so bad after eating that I went to the toilet trying to vomit it out so I can go buy something better. Horrible experience, I felt so sick and couldn't do it at all. So feeling miserable, I left the restaurant to the Information centre. My mood improved after having a ...
... but it also means heading down a fairly steep hill, (and about 125 steps) to reach the ferry line. This is not an issue now as we are excited and it is early. The future thinker in me is having doubts about ever making it back home after a full day of touring, however.
The ferry ride was a pleasant 10 minute excursion across the Saint Lawrence. Quebec, also situated on a hill, is basically broken up into 3 areas: Lower Old ...
... but really creepy! We stopped for macaroons, which I've never had before but they looked so delicious that I had to try them. they did not disappoint. After the market, we tried to find the narrowest house in North America (12ft apparently, which is minuscule compared to everything else around here), but that was a big fail. By this point, everyone's feet really hurt and we were sleepy, so we walked back to the pier restaurant we'd sat in to watch the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center