Auberge La Terre et la Mer m'ont inspire(e)

1706, Chemin Royal St-Jean-de-l'Ile-d'Orleans, Quebec City, Quebec, G0A 3W), Canada | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 1706, Chemin Royal St-Jean-de-l'Ile-d'Orleans, Quebec City, is near Chemin Royal (Royal Road).
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Day 22 - The Cruise - Quebec City

A travel blog entry by tallypez on Oct 07, 2013

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... to wander around and admire the various Halloween decorations throughout the town. The ones I have attached are located outside the townhall because Halloween is the mayors favourite holiday. It really looks beautiful all over the city, mainly because of the colour of the autumn leaves and how well they blend with the Halloween colours.

We left the city and headed to Ile d'Orleans, a small holiday island north of Quebec City which is the largest producer ...

Lots of travel the last two days

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Sep 05, 2013

24 photos

... the St Lawrence River as our excursion. We sat in dining cars on the train and were served a full breakfast, spent a couple of hours in a small township and then back on the train, and a bit more food served. Not the most exciting train ride as the country is very flat, the river ...

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

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

1 comment, 82 photos

... to the Montmorency Falls, which Balti had recommended I see. That was lovely to be out on the open water again, and I got a great view of the city. It also gave me clear perspective on how the 1759 battle for Quebec City took place when I saw a show on it at the Musee Du Fort the following day. The big island in the gulf, Il d'Orleans, is nine kilometres long, and is linked to the mainland now by the big suspension bridge you'll see in the photo I took. It was used as a base ...

Bravo!

A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 15, 2013

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... the newest part. The workman must have to work at night, because the sun reflecting off of the cooper is absolutely blinding. While there, Megan had the brilliant idea of filling our water bottles up with ice from their ice machines. I am not sure why, but it seems like ice is a scarce commodity here, even when we order ICE water, they give you only one or two pieces and they melt almost instantly.

Upper Quebec is the only ...

Quebec City and Carnaval

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Feb 10, 2012

97 photos

... rue Corps-de-Garde and St-Louis there is a cannonball at the foot of the tree, reminiscent of the city's military past. At number 72 St-Louis a plaque dedicated to American General Ric********tgomery is found.

It was getting closer to time for the show, so I returned to musee du fort via the information centre. There was a group booked in for the 10.45 show, and they didn't turn up until after 11, so I waited in the theatre and had ...