Visiting Quebec

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Stories and Tips Quebec

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Just wandering

Written by LenR on 03 Oct, 2013

While there are several specific sights and activities not to be missed in Old Quebec, for me the most enjoyable thing was to just wander around the old streets with no particular plan. On our way we discovered several places that most tourists seem to…Read More


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Restaurants

Written by LenR on 22 Sep, 2013

A few days in a city does not make anyone an expert on its restaurants but a short visit can point you in the right direction. That is what I hope to do in this brief piece.Most visitors to Quebec City spend most of their…Read More


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Le Métro De Montréal

Written by CarolinaPanthers1983 on 18 Jul, 2012

The traffic, the pedestrians, the weird speed limits that are in kilometers per hour rather than miles per hour, and the numerous amount of bikers on the roads make any American driver frustrated while in Montréal. Save your gas and sanity; take the métro.My…Read More


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Driving to Montréal

Written by CarolinaPanthers1983 on 15 Jul, 2012

I dreamed of visiting Montréal ever since I started learning French when I was in high school. When I was deployed to Afghanistan last year, I promised myself that I would visit Canada before I turned 30 (I am 29 when I wrote this).…Read More


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Quebec Finale

Written by tvordj on 17 May, 2012

It all went even further downhill from there. My back was very sore this morning and there was nearly no position I could lie or sit in that didn’t make that one spot hurt. We did walk out for breakfast at the Buffet place…Read More


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Churches and Citadels

Written by tvordj on 17 May, 2012

The weather sucks today. Overcast and light rain. We slept well last night and had a slow morning since I was having back aches and the weather wasn’t very conducive to walking around anyway. Katherine and Keith were busy this morning so we lounged…Read More


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Arrival in Quebec

Written by tvordj on 17 May, 2012

The lonesome whistle blows. The train passes through another small town in northern New Brunswick. You can hear the wheels scrape a little now and then as the motion of the train sways as it heads into another bend. We’re on our way to Quebec…Read More


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Restaurant Shout-Outs

Written by MikeInTown on 27 Feb, 2012

We had incredible meals at every restaurant we visited in Quebec City. We seemed to always spend C$50 regardless of which meal we ate. Restaurants in Old Quebec tend to be a little more expensive depending on when you dine. One strategy we used, thanks…Read More


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Montreal impressions

Written by MagdaDH_AlexH on 31 Mar, 2011

Montreal, pretty much as expected, appears more European than Toronto. It's not just the fact that it's very French spoken, but also the old town – Vieux Montreal – with some buildings dating as far back as 17th century, and quite a few from the…Read More


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Northern Whales

Written by MagdaDH_AlexH on 22 May, 2010

Area called Cote Nord (North Coast) is the second-biggest administrative region of Quebec. It has a population of less than 100,000 in the area the size of the UK. Canada is certainly not short of space - now wonder it's possible to buy a plot…Read More


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