A January 2003 trip
to Beaupre by retired teacher
Quote: In addition to wonderful skiing, Quebec City offers fine dining, historical sites, and quaint shopping. A must-do is visiting the Petite Qurtier Champlain in the Vieux (Old) Quebec area.
There are three levels and the only access is by outside stairs--believe me, in the cold and wind, that third-floor suite was a pain to reach!
Lastly, I disliked the management calling during the dinner hour to suggest we attend a presentation.
Member Rating 2 out of 5 on February 2, 2003
Club Vacances Toutes Saisons
355, rue Dupont
Restaurant | "Le Camarine"
Not to be missed is the artichoke appetizer or venison carpaccio. The filet mignon was so tender that no knife was needed. From my viewpoint, dessert is the pièce de resistance! Try the hot maple soufflé or a praline-coated hazelnut ice cream.
If you must pick only one restaurant while in the area, choose Le Camarine.
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on February 2, 2003
Camarine La Restaurant
10947 Boulevard St. Anne
Many fine instructors can hone your skills, and there is adequate child care and Ski Wee available.
The summit lodge provides very tasty entrees and snacks (poutine is my favorite), and there are several eateries at the base, as well as shops, rentals and repairs.
Don't miss this place!
Mt Ste Anne