TripAdvisor Reviews Louis Hebert Quebec City
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... subway to this fine dining establishment. First course was soup. Rox had a delicious potata and leek soup with bacon foam while I had a Wild Boar Soup with tortellini. Interestingly to serve mine they broughtout a bowl with the pasta and then poured the broth over the top. Both of us enjoyed our soup and were relishing the prospect of what was to come. The next course was the first of the trilliogy concept plates. They were long plates with different versions of the same food ...
... as wide or in a horse shoe shape. The sides of these freeze in winter, but still some flow through the middle section. 487 steps up adjoining hill, but we didn’t have to climb these.
Last stop was back outside the 'castle' where we had stayed when in Quebec a couple of nights ago - very cold and ...
... than my eye could see, in several queues, and more kept coming. Eventually we began to move forward slowly, and filtered into a huge open amphitheatre with tiered seating surrounding a big stage. Cranes towered overhead, and what looked like giant packing crates made up part of the stage set. It was a fabulous show, I'd seen cirque du soleil performances on TV, but never live. To get the opportunity to experience it at its origin, and for FREE, well, let's just say I ...
... a 'commercial' to try to hook you into purchasing tickets to a full show. Boy was I off base. This show was amazing! They held nothing back and it came with all the bells and whistles of the shows I have paid upwards of $75 a ticket. The music was indescribable, the costumes and makeup was unreal, and the performances were breathtaking and at time, frightening. The show actually lasted for 45 minutes, and despite my aching feet, I ...
... This time around, I was properly dressed and the sun was out warming the day. I didn’t realize that the Montmorency Falls are higher than Niagara Falls (30 meters/98 Feet). They are the highest falls in Quebec at 84 meters (275 feet) high and 45.7 meters wide (150 feet). Watching the water pour over the land and rock, I was a bit terrified not to venture too close to the waters - powerful, imposing and yet ...
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