Manoir De Tilly Hotel

Address: 3854 Chemin De Tilly, Saint Antoine de Tilly, Quebec, G0S2C0, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 3854 Chemin De Tilly, Saint Antoine de Tilly.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Antoine de Tilly

    Quebec City

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Aug 24, 2014

    4 comments, 52 photos

    ... young women. They were also incredible embroidery artists, earning money to support their work by creating altar pieces and vestments. The pieces they had on display in the gallery were large exquisitely executed three dimensional works of art, created with silk, gold, silver and woolen threads. Neither of us had seen anything like this before. We opted for a traditional Quebec style hearty dinner at "Aux Anciens ...

    Public market & upper town walking tour

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Jan 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... was always coming into my face.
    1. Chateau Frontenac: reportedly the most photographed hotel in the world. It has 618 rooms. You can not get it all in one photo, it is so big. Also because it's winter it's a good time to do some renovating on the outside which makes taking a nice photo even harder.
    2. Terrasse Dufferin: it is a boardwalk promenade. It still looks the same as it did 100 years ago. You can't see the boardwalk for the snow. You can see look ...

    Quebec City

    A travel blog entry by whereisthebus on Jul 31, 2013

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... feet, Montmorency is 98 feet higher than Niagara. The remnants of earthen forts built by British General Wolfe are located in the eastern portion of the park. They were constructed in 1759. The landings below Quebec City were repulsed by French General Montcalm at Montmorency Falls, costing the British 440 soldiers. Ultimately a successful assault was launched when Wolfe made a surprise attack by climbing the cliffs below ...

    Day 60 - Québec City

    A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on Jul 09, 2013

    6 photos

    We're 6 up in 3 double beds now, and I'm sharing with Imane who has the wierdest sleeping pattern ever. She came to bed at 5am or something like that and got up before me, no idea how she does it?! Another cooler day and another run, but not sure I'm running far enough. Will try and stretch it out over the next few days, but got to save energy for all the swimming and festival going we're doing. Eating my breakfast whilst Guymonik ans Fabien take a ...

    Quebec City - Walking Tour

    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Feb 09, 2012

    53 photos

    ... around the walled driveway/parking area until we nearly gave up, but found the entrance to the Citadelle finally! We were unable to go inside for a look as it is still used by the 22nd Regiment. Located on Cap Diamant, the Citadelle constitutes the eastern flank of Quebec's fortifications and is known as the Gibraltar of America. Construction of the Citadelle began in 1820 and lasted more than 30 years. Its star-shaped layout ...