Le Rustique

285, rue Principale, Saint-Irenee, Quebec, G0T 1V0, Canada | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Saint-Irenee

2 Weeks Underway, Halifax to Quebec

A travel blog entry by steveandclair

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What a great city, Halifax! Designed a lot like Boston (shocking, I like it!) with a waterfront filled with vendors hawking their crafts, snacks and performances. I strolled the dock several times taking in the sights and sounds, little kids break dancing, couples waltzing in the sunlight and everyone basking in the spring weather. Everyone is so friendly, eager to strike up a conversation while out enjoying "the warmest day of the year" (55 degrees - you gotta be kidding me!) ...

Berry Picking, St. Petronille and more Ice Cream

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein

6

... sandwich place that had a nice courtyard. Luckily the food was OK and reasonably priced. I had a salmon pizza with capers and lots of smoked salmon. After lunch we took a nice walking tour of St. Petronille which we had not been able to do on our last outing to Isle D'Orleans. It is beautiful there with gorgeous homes and nice views of the St. Lawrence. This was the English part of the island and boasted the ...

Day 56 - Québec City

A travel blog entry by aliceshaw

5

Currently sitting next to Marie as she's reading my blog online and laughing at the things I'm writing haha! Woke at 9 ish and despite it being already 22 degrees managed a 40 minute run... Decided to go for it as if it's this hot for my race I'm just going to have to deal with it! Had a shower, but carried on sweating afterwards anyway, and ate breakfast and talked a lot with Marie about university and travelling. Shared some funny apple videos with Marie ...

Quebec, Je me souviens

A travel blog entry by pugnickel

2
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... it was time for her to make another baby.

On a lighter note, we saw a road sign for Colonel Sanders. Today's advertising now uses KFC, but here it is PFK. Why? The French pronounce the noun first, so it’s Poulet Frit Kentucky.

Sat, Aug 18 - We went back to the Tourist Bureau and found we could catch a bus to the Old City for 3$ each way. Just ambled around Old Town, had lunch at an Asian sidewalk café, then ambled some ...

Boy, is my face red

A travel blog entry by jyouknit

... THESE.

The next few hours were spent bouncing around from shady side street to shady side street. Shady in the "free from sun" sense, not the "want to see the inside of my trenchcoat" sense.
Which was great, because once you get off the main streets, you get away from the gift shops etc and actually see some of the people who live there, live their lives. In addition to that, I came out ...

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Rustique Saint-Irenee

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding