Auberge Des Battures Hotel

6295 Boul. de la Grande Baie Sud, La Baie, Quebec, G7B 3P6, Canada
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En quelques mots ...

by samuel2007

quel parcours "type" en Juillet-Août dans la province en autotour, en famille et pour 2 semaines ? Que faut-il ne pas rater ?
En vous remerçiant,

Re: En quelques mots ...

by Pomerol

Vous aurez autant de suggestions que de répondants.

Voici les miennes.

Arriver sur Montréal et y passer une journée ou deux.

Prendre une voiture et aller dans les Cantons de l'Est. (un-deux jours)

Aller sur Québec et y passer au moins trois jours incluant une visite à l'Ile d'Orléans.

Aller à la Malbaie et y passer une journée.

Continuer sur Tadoussac pour aller aux baleines. Remonter le long du fjord et aller jusqu'à Chicoutimi. Prendre une ou deux journées pour faire les villages du Lac St-jean.

Revenir par le Parc des Laurentides.

Arrêter soit à Québec ou aller en Mauricie.

Retour sur Montréal.

Et avce tout cela vous aurez quand même manqué de belles attractions dont la Gaspésie dont il faudra revenir.

Bon voyage!

Re: En quelques mots ...

by samuel2007

Merci !
C'est un peu le trajet que nous prévoyons à trois avec ma femme et ma fille, en hotel surtout, et peut-être une ou deux fois en chambres d'hôtes, qui ont très bonne réputation au Quebec. Effectivement, j'ai vu, on ne peut faire les 2 rives du Saint-Laurent en une seule fois, les distances sont très importantes en Amérique du Nord. Salut !

Travel Tips for Quebec

Ummm... bring a French...

by adambeau

Ummm... bring a French dictionary if you don't speak French Canadian. :)
Seriously.... see the Olde City's architecture. It's Europe a few miles away from your backyard in the USA. This was one of those 'years ago, family vacations' that I'll never forget and hope to go on again someday. It was an all around nice family adventure. By car, our journey from Boston was filled with new sites and changing landscapes that even I, as a teenager ( I was only 14 at the time) really enjoyed. The ferry that brought us to Prince Edward Island was a first for me, and it really embedded my love for the sea. To think, you could actually drive a car onto a 'boat' that took your car to a 'strange new land' was startling. ( I guess I've revealed my typical 'bostonian' thinking....that 'Hey? There really is a world beyond Boston?' ) After arriving, the long farmland countryside was quite different from my hometown, and I couldn't wait to arrive at our Canadian country style Inn to begin our adventure which included flounder fishing, golf and seeing the sites of Olde Quebec City. You'd think you were in Europe in the heart of the city, the people were friendly, and antiques galore abound at every turn. It's was a great family adventure that this 'limited traveller' fondly remembers for its appeal to both young and old.


by Simonneeddy

FRANCOIS DUBOIS ARRIVED IN QUEBEC CITY AS A SOLDIER IN 1665 or so. He may have been dressed like this.

St. Lawrence Boardwalk

by Canadienne

Apparently closed during fall/winter, the upper portion of the boardwalk along the Terrasse Dufferin offers unparalleled views over the St. Lawrence River.

We followed the example of the locals and ignored the locked gateways. . .it requires a bit of climbing to get back into the old city, but is worth it.

In winter, rug-up!

by Joseph69

If you're coming to Quebec City in the winter months, just make sure you wear some very warm clothing, bring an umbrella, take a wind-repellent jacket and take special care on those icy days when the footpaths just freeze-up! When you get freezing rain, you need to take very special care. I almost fell after getting out of a taxi at 3am!

Carnaval de Quebec # 9 - The Trampoline!

by jamiesno

Here in this picture you can see that the trampoline was a popular activity by the Carnaval goers.

I keep thinking wind chill when I see these sorts of things in the freezing winter but it did look fun!


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 Auberge Des Battures Hotel

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Address: 6295 Boul. de la Grande Baie Sud, La Baie, Quebec, G7B 3P6, Canada