La Ripaille

Address: 9 rue Buade, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 3Z9, Canada | Hotel
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Quebec City

A travel blog entry by hollyandjames on Jun 15, 2015

3 photos

... and having a look in the little boutiques and cafes. Our pastime throughout the holiday has been walking and i have now moved on to the second blister plaster. Compeed is far superior than Boots' own brand; my agent has told me to say. Having said all that, we did indulge ourselves in the tourist attractions, including Chateau Frontenac, La Citadelle and Montmorency Falls. Chateau Frontenac is a stunning hotel which sits atop Quebec ...

Camp Penial- Montreal

A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 18, 2014

... of yours truly and a finger of an unfortunate soul that made contact with a hammer. We were exhausted from painting and destroying but it was a great day!
Wednesday was an instruction day with Claude, who spoke to us about the poverty in Montreal and what we should do as Christians to help the situation. It was very interesting and gave us some good food for thought. After the lesson, Cam, the director of Outtatown, came to spend a few days with us and we had a ...

Went to Old Quebec City again!!

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jul 12, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... old buildings and it is hard to do justice with my camera. I have loaded 19 photos for everyone to look at. Sorry I just couldn't leave some out:)
The old city has lots of visitors from all over and the streets can be crowded but is still a great place.
Suzanne and I have really enjoyed our visit to Old Quebec City. We think ...

Boozing at last

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 24, 2014

10 photos

... The night came to a close an hour or 2 later, but not before I (Mathew J Harling)went, A*s* over t*t on some militantly camouflaged ice.

‘Yes!’ it was 0630Hrs and neither of us had head aches’, if you can believe that. We dragged ourselves to the pub hoping to get a table, as we were informed the previous night it was fully booked, luckily we did as there were a few ‘no-shows’. The pub was busy enough to impress for a Sunday morning, clearly ...

Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

11 photos

... There were a few people in town for a conference and some others had joined us from cruise ships. It was great to see such a diverse mix of stereotypes having a beer together. After taking the last sip of our mini beer we proceeded on to our next stop. Along the way we were shown a cemetry called St Matthews Cemetary which dates from 1771 to 1860. This was the first Protestant or probably more accurately, the first non Catholic cemetary. Despite opening in 1771 there is actually a ...