TripAdvisor Reviews Louis Hebert Quebec City
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... We found we were walking down the street of the famous Paillard boulangerie and patisserie so even though we had just had breakfast about 45 minutes earlier we stopped and ate again. They had a lunch deal- bowl of your choice of soup (Ted had chicken noodle and Sheree had broccoli cheese) and a piece of bread and butter, a pulled pork sandwich on exquisite bread, a hot chocolate, and a small chocolate ...
... looking buildings (yes, I'm talking about you, Chateau Frontenac), loads of good restaurants, horse and carriage rides available, and plenty of churches including a basilica. I have noticed a disproportionate number of shoe shops, but I assume that's because all the walking the residents have to do wears their footwear out quickly. Quebec City is a little slice of Europe in the middle of Canada and I find that charming, even if my legs ...
The past few weeks have been pretty busy!
At the end of October, I presented at the Alberta Parks and Recreation Association/International Federation of Parks and Recreation Administration conference in Lake Louise, Alberta. The weather was positively tropical and a great break from the frigid temps of Yellowknife! I flew down and spent one night at my friend Michael's place in Calgary before heading to Lake Louise. In Lake Louise, I had a great ...
... watched from below having a cup of coffee till I came back.
Continued round the island letting the cars pass us till we got to Les Fromages de I'isle d'Orleans where Richard got some Camenbert cheese which they make on the premises. Round the island we passed lots of lovely homes and B&B's where you can stay. Apple Orc******** this side of the island and grapevines as well.
Now we are back at ...
... and cafe au lait that came in huge cups that we didn't expect. This served as an early lunch. Being in the neighbourhood, we decided to visit the main train station in Quebec that is housed in a beautiful old building. Here they have integrated the historical old building with a some new architecture to create a wonderful functional facility that is the main interstate train terminal. In the afternoon we met up at the chateau ...
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