La Maison Sainte-Ursule

Address: 40, rue Sainte-Ursule, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 4E2, Canada | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Quebec City

A travel blog entry by hollyandjames on Jun 15, 2015

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... car that would be our noble steed for our ventures. Pretty basic car with everything we'd need, albeit a rather-dated GPS system (so old they didn't even call it a "sat nav"), and its only navigational function was to transport us back in time. We probably would have had a greater chance of finding Quebec City using Apple Maps... That was all irrelevant though as we safely made it to QC, with the route pretty much exclusively one motorway. ...

Camp Penial- Montreal

A travel blog entry by emma_wags on Oct 18, 2014

October 6-12


On Monday October 6, we took a train from Quebec City to Montreal for the next couple weeks of our adventure. The train ride was beautiful, all the trees turning colours and we could just sit back and relax! There was only one mild incident of the emergency exit being opened but all the fresh air was a nice surprise. After the train we loaded all our gear into three cars and drove to Camp Penial, a camp about an hour outside of Montreal on it's ...

Boozing at last

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 24, 2014

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... be open and serving at 8am but this was of course no good for us die hard Hockey fans so our mission for the night changed from finding a good bite to eat to finding somewhere opening at 7am.

Recovering our steps back to town we discovered we’d walked directly past the restaurant, but that was no longer of interest. First stop was a return to the ‘Post office’ pub to make enquires about the Hockey on our journey home. It was here we met a really ...

Great Tasting Quebec

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 18, 2013

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... a blink of an eye we were herded back upstairs and onto our next stop. Our next foodie stop was outside of the old city walls. Pierre provided some more historical tid bits of knowledge as we passed under the impressive gates such as how the town removed the doors of the gates so that there were no longer issues with curfews which was causing some tension amongst the people, as opposed to knocking the city walls and gates down (which was the first suggestion and resulted in some gates ...

Day 3/ Plains of Abraham

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 04, 2013

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... one we visited had a great iPad based tour that the kids really enjoyed and explained every stone and plank used in the place. Of note, the Plains of Abraham as a modern park was designed by Frederick Todd, the student of Olmstead (designer of Central Park, Yale, etc.). It is a beautiful park and I'm looking forward to exploring it further. We had some delicious Lebanese food after the tours and rested until 5pm or so. In the evening we headed out ...

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