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Timshare in Quebec

A September 2002 trip to Beaupre by grantravler

Quote: Getting to this timeshare, Club Vacances Toutes Saisons, is a long drive from Montreal, but what a beautiful drive. You're passing along the St. Lawrence River, offering many scenic views of bays, inlets, and waterways. Many quaint French towns and villages. By the time you arrive at the condo you are out of the city into the country.
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Best Things Nearby:There is a nice indoor/outdoor restarant. They do offer a menu written in English. There is also a great pizza if you so desire, prepared from scratch and you can take it back to your condo with you. Has a well attended bar. Best Things About the Resort:If it's quiet you want, you have it. Two pools, nothing fancy, but clean. Any tour bus will come out and pick you up and bring you back, so you don't have to deal with the heavy traffic.Resort Experience:If you go there for the ski season it would be perfect. But out of that time, it's a bit far out. The place is clean, but nothing much going on close by. We enjoyed driving farther up al...Read More

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on September 24, 2003

Club Vacances Toutes Saisons
355, rue Dupont
Beaupre, Quebec
(418) 827-8347

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We went on a tour bus and were glad we did because when you see the narrow, old streets and all the traffic you have to hold your breath to see if your going to make it around the corners!!

The grounds around the city are perfectly groomed. There's just so much history here. The walled city, old battle grounds preserved. Take the boat tour too. As you pass along the bayfront a lively show is performed by part of the crew, dressed in the attire of those times in history. There is also a bar aboard. Very relaxing and fun.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on September 24, 2003

Tour Old Quebec City
Downtown and around the City
Beaupre, Quebec

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This is about an hour drive from the condos. You will come upon a park where there is a wooden walkway towards the water with places to stop and take scenic pictures. There is also an information building. There is no charge to use this park. If you dare to climb all the stairs down, you can end up out on some craggy spots closer to the water. We stayed above and were fortunate to spot many whales close in to the bay. There are a few places to stop and eat along your way to the park. We also checked out the ferry to NB at Riviere-du-Loup (Quebec). This is the one we took to continue on with our journey through the maritimes. It saves having to backtrack to Montreal and is much less crow...Read More

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Methow, Washington

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