Sunseekers Mont Ste-Anne

Address: 355 Rue Dupont, Beaupre, Quebec, G0A1E0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 355 Rue Dupont, Beaupre, is near Canyon Sainte-Anne, Musee du Fort, Mont Sainte-Anne, and Le Beaupré Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Beaupre

Day 7 - Quebec City, last day skiing

A travel blog entry by melrlewis on Jan 02, 2015

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... school holidays too. The snow was AMAZING - at least 1-2 feet of powder snow makes for great skiing - lost of the runs and lifts opened for the first time today as a result. Melinda looks great on the snow board, turning on the heels and toes and moving faster than a snail :-) Josh is going great on the runs but still not confident in moving up to blue runs. Matthew was doing all Blue runs today, including some steep, difficult moguls and ...

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jul 06, 2014

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... we slowed down & spent longer in Quebec because otherwise we would have been further east just in time to meet Tropical storm Arthur!! It passed through Gaspe Peninsular & Fredericton all places on our trip. Perhaps we got the tail end if that storm because it rained 2 days out of the 3, one night so heavy on the roof it kept me awake for hours - not Ron though!! We can't complain as in 6 weeks we have only had about 6 days ...

Day 106 - Lévis

A travel blog entry by aliceshaw on Aug 24, 2013

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Sort of had a lie in - woke early but stayed in bed until 9.30ish. Had a lazy morning, took a walk round the park before meeting Diane the twins when they collected their numbers for tomorrow - more free yoghurt and juice! The twins are great, 17 years old and full of energy, we get on really well. Then went a visited the last of the 4 daughters who lives in Québec for a cup of tea ...

Falling Upon a Festival

A travel blog entry by mattahlia on Jul 06, 2013

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Quebec City is part of French-Canada, like Montreal, except here it is harder to find English-speakers. In the English part of Canada, everything is written in both English and French. But when you get into the French part of Canada, they seem pretty set on not being bilingual and everything is in French only. This wasn't too much of a problem for us in Montreal as most people could speak English- or someone very close by could. Alas, ...

Quebec City - Day 49

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 06, 2012

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... flag (at the railway station), and very few Canadian souvenirs. After finding some coffee we descended to river level around the Seminaire buildings and headed for the Marche du Vieux-Port which appeared to be quite small compared to other 'tourist path' markets. The view of Château Frontenac is quite stunning from the river level. We walked along the river basin around to the Vieux-Port ...