Louis Hebert

668, Grande-Allee Est, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Quebec Cuisine, the delicious and the disgusting

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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... serving all sorts of Quebecois delicacies. In the middle of a Wednesday, however the Table D’hotel menu gave us both a 3 course meal and beer for around $40. Susie finally got to try snails ( a little quick for the camera) whilst Matt’s soup was a good warmer to start. For main Matt had a slice of pie that contained a lot of animals, from what we remember Bison, Rabbit, Pork, Duck and something else, (not a Wrights pie). Susie’s salmon and prawn pie was less ...

Walking tour of old Quebec with Claude

A travel blog entry by lilmont

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... for the extra night we want to stay. Gilles showed us around the apartment and said we could have it for $90 cash so now tomorrow we will need to find an ATM.

With the basic equipment I have we do have enjoyable healthy meals. Richard relaxed with an English DVD and his IPA while I did some more of the bog trying to remember the tour and buildings we saw. Both tired of what we are doing and went to bed knowing we only had one more night of a smelly ...

Best of Quebec and Countryside + lunch excursion

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes

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... How big is this St Lawrence River – there are lots of times we can’t see land and its choppy like an ocean – although the boat doesn’t move – must have really good stabilisers. Lots of things happening on board so plenty to do if you want to. John laying low to get over his cold.


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I've found a new favourite city...Bonjour Quebec!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada

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... another delicious breakfast in Balti's lovely dining room. I lingered over breakfast, forgetting that this was my last opportunity to see the changing of the guard that I'd missed earlier that week.



I rushed up to the Citadel to catch the last half of the ceremony, which was wonderful to see, including the white Tibetan mountain goat that has been the 22nd regiments official mascot since given as a gift by Queen Victoria during her reign. SHE was given one as a gift ...

Carnaval de Quebec - Quebec Winter Carnival

A travel blog entry by carlsons-canada

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The rest of Friday and throughout the weekend, after organised activities had ended we visited the Winter Carnival Festival. For those of you who are interested it is the largest winter carnival in the world. It is a tradition that dates back to 1894 and was originally a tradition of getting together just before Lent to eat, drink and be merry.

We had so much fun as a family at Carnival. The weather was a challenge for all of us, especially the freezing cold temperatures on ...

     

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