Manoir Brule

Address: 205, 1ère avenue, Quebec City, Quebec, G0A 4P0, Canada | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 205, 1ère avenue, Quebec City.
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Within the walled city!

A travel blog entry by lynandgrae on Jun 20, 2015

6 comments, 21 photos

... of the Citadel & walking around the turrets & abutments. Finally we walked back down & caught the bus home,,,, great day!

Monday 22/06
Headed into the Old City of Quebec today for our last look around. It is so amazing & has an enormous amount of history here - I absolutely love this city! Along the way we jumped off the bus at Cartier stop & walked along the street. This street was just ramping up for the days trade with restaurants, supermarkets ...

We've Still Got Your Knickers!

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Sep 30, 2014

13 photos

... luxurious and comfortable with outstanding amenities and service. We settle in quickly and the fact that our departure from Quebec City is delayed several hours because of the high winds passes almost unnoticed.

By the following morning, the gale has died down and we’ve progressed downriver from Quebec City and into a tributary, the fjord-like Saguenay River whose steep cliffs and banks are covered in trees just starting ...

Ohhhhh Canadaaa

A travel blog entry by youth-in-asia on Jun 23, 2014


... a French cafe for breakfast and a soup restaurant for lunch, making a hair appointment at a local barber for James to buzz his head, and shopping for basic food necessities to avoid eating out too often. James felt as if every day was one big high school French oral exam, but we can safely said he "passed" (assuming passing is a 60%). Other highlights of our stint in Quebec City included a tour of Old Town: We started with a stroll ...

Quebec, Nice Town if you can see it

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 23, 2014

32 photos

... feeling we’d neglected it somewhat the day before. Up bright and early we enjoyed some pancakes and wrapped up warm just as the snow began. This was ‘real proper snow’ huge fluffy chunks that got down your neck into your hair and your eyes. ‘Real proper snow’ that also made it pretty difficult to see further than the end of the Rue. So after a brave attempt to get around the old town, a stop off in the year round Christmas shop (Susie loves ...

Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

11 photos

... to stop right outside Le Bellig Creperie. This creperie was set in a cute one room restaurant with an open kitchen. They were known for making crepes in a style which is traditional to the region of Brittany which means that the crepe batter would often consist of buckwheat. We were all given a plate with a small but substantial portion of buckwheat crepe with ham and cheese filling. To accompany of very French crepe we were given a small glass of traditional French sparkling ...