Hotellerie Du Voyage Quebec

2248 Boulevard Saint Anne, Quebec, G1J1YZ, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quebec

Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie


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 ...

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by obrillips


... freezes, and any skin open to the air throbs then looses feeling after a few minutes.
For some reason my body doesn't know how to circulate blood to stay warm, so instead it produces copious amounts of snot in compensation. SO MUCH snot. We stopped at a cafe to get hot coffee, so I unwrapped my face from my scarf after I had just blown my nose for the thousandth time and strands of clear liquid nose lubrication were strung from face, to glove, to jacket. So ...

Baie St. Catherine/Saguenay Fjord/Lumiere

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein


... whale watching tickets and then drove the last bit to Baie St. Catherine which was the departure point for our cruise. There was a lot parking, shuttling, etc. to get to the boat but we got there to board the large craft. We were supposed to go on a smaller boat but it had engine difficulty so we ended up on the larger ship. This was fine, as it had a heated cabin, rest rooms, hot cocoa, etc. We headed out into the St. Lawrence at the junction where the Saguenay empties out. This ...

Day 8 & 9/ Isle D'Orleans and Montmorency Fall

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein


... with the original being built in the 1600s. This one dated back to the 1920s with completion in the 70s. Pope John Paul II had visited the chapel once and there was a permanent memorial to him there. Also, supposedly, a bit of the arm bone of St. Anne is preserved in the shrine -- very prominently with lots of pilgrims praying nearby. After the tour of the church, we headed to Montmorency Falls. These are enormous falls near the bridge to the Isle D'Orleans. They are higher ...

Day 5 Quebec City

A travel blog entry by kevinterry


... where it will eventually melt. Our first stop was on the Ile d'Orleans which is an island connected to the mainland by a suspension bridge. The island is primarily used for agriculture for the city. There were some stunning early traditional homes on the island. We stopped at the local chocolate factory and then made our way to the Montmorency falls. The falls were just stunning. Part of the falls had frozen over in the winter as had ...


This hotel, located on 2248 Boulevard Saint Anne, Quebec, is near Morrin College, Le Massif, Grande Allee, and Colisee Pepsi.
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