Hotel Le Cavalier du Moulin

Address: 58, rue Saint-Louis, Quebec City, Quebec, QC G1R 3Z3, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 58, rue Saint-Louis, Quebec City.
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Quebec Province by car

A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Sep 23, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... Quebec.

Drove into the city and had a look around by car - still drizzling. Two cruise ships in town Holland America Eurodam and Queen Mary 2. we saw QM 2 in Oslo in 2012.

Decided to look for a hotel and it took some time to get back out of the city due to the traffic. Rain was quite heavy at times. Found a good spot to look over the river and back to the city but the view was limited due to the rain. Found a hotel - quite cheap which offered ...

Carnival and Lookout

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 15, 2014

40 photos

... going on at the ice hockey rink which was a lot like ice lawn bowls. I think it was from Denmark or Germany. You basically throw these really heavy (granite?) slidy things at a jack and the closest wins. I won :)The moment jenny got to Quebec city she wanted to see bonhomme. While he is just a French guy dressed in fancy dress, apparently he is a minor celebrity in Canada. We found out where he was going to be and we both got our photos taken ...

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 ...

SOLO travelling 'cus YOLO

A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Aug 21, 2013

6 photos

... your rules. In a foreign land, where everyone is a stranger to you. Nobody knows you. You can do anything you want ( sensible and legal ones of course) and make interesting new friends from all over the world!
You are always out of your comfort zone.
You are comfortable with solitude and you treasure all the moments spent with the new people you met. You learnt about not just the local culture, by conversing with others, you gain sight to cultures and places from the ...

Quebec City... what a beautiful city...

A travel blog entry by anne_and_patric on Jan 09, 2013

59 photos

... and there, police sirens going throughout the day and night.

Peace and tranquility now existed midst snowwhite landscape and rooftops filled with fresh snow. People were going about their business on foot with a few cars driving around on the cobble stoned streets. We were staying in the Old quarter of Quebec City which has fortress walls all around and canons to protect it. Walking was now the scene and we must have walked 1000's of steps, up ...