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A Travel Blog entry by chahan from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... the city. We do all the places, the rue Saint-Jean, the vielle Ville, the castle Frontenac and the terrace Dufresne, place d'Youville, the two Gates, the city walls, the basse ville and finally we finish by a long walk all along the ...
A Travel Blog entry by sunnygurl from Montreal, Quebec, Canada
... took away from the beauty of the building, but otherwise it was still great. We saw the Museum of Archeology, City Hall, Place D'Youville, Point-a-Calliere (birthplace of the city). We walked along De la Commune street which is along the waterfront up to ...
A Travel Blog entry by jocelyn_ from Montreal, Quebec, Canada
... this thought provoking stop, we headed off for some gourmet coffee and to explore the narrow streets of Old Montreal. we wizzed past Place D'Youville and the Bank of Montreal, their equivalent of Wall St, various moments to the founders of the city and ...
A Travel Blog entry by colinchipchase from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... and older architecture I had a feeling I was going in the right direction. I found an area that seemed to be busy (Place D'Youville) and began taking in the charms of Quebec. My stomach was frequently reminding me of the real nature of the trip and I ...
A Travel Blog entry by kimrobinson from Montreal, Quebec, Canada
... for the first portion of the tour. We are taken out from the Old Montreal and Port area, where we alighted the bus, past Place d'Youville (yes another one, for those that are paying attention from Quebec City!) and over the canal system and bridges to the ...
A Travel Blog entry by rorox from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... walls with many gates. One such gate was about 200m from our hostel. This gate was french designed gate and sat on Place d'Youville. It was a stunning example of the old fortifications. We arrived at the hostel about 6pm after a long day walking which ...
A Travel Blog entry by travellingjon from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... ' par me rendre sur les remparts près de la rue Saint-Jean (et de la porte du même nom) ; ces remparts surplombent la place d'Youville. J'y ai pris plusieurs clichés dont je suis plutôt content, puis j'en ai également pris de la rue Saint-Jean ...
A Travel Blog entry by kimrobinson from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... waitress about the free concerts in town and then head out to the tourist office to confirm. So we start our evening at Place d'Youville where we meet Alexander (from Montreal) whilst waiting for the music to start and get talking about all ...
A Travel Blog entry by margaretwhalen from Montreal, Quebec, Canada
... . A coffee chain with cello wrapped muffins. Kept on going. Place D'Youville. Popped into an upstairs terrace on Rue Saint-Paul for a snack and people watching from above. Salads for lunch ...
A Travel Blog entry by gail_hart from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... French armies in 1759 and 1760. We continued our walk to Porte Saint-Louise and Porte Saint-Jean and had a brief look at Place D'Youville before stopping at St Patrick's Irish Pub on rue Saint-Jean for a drink. We then headed up the road to ...
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