Ciel! Bistro-Bar

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Rooftops appeared in New York and then gradually invaded the big cities of the world: London, Barcelona, Tokyo, Shanghai, Sydney, and through Singapore … People go there to have a drink, to eat or even for parties. Nowadays there are many in France and I even had the opportunity to try a few in Paris last summer.
In Quebec you won’t have the chance to enjoy rooftops but you will a rotating restaurant instead, Ciel! Bistro-Bar, which offers a beautiful view of the city.

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10 questions an immigrant in Quebec City asks himself on his arrival

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The life of an immigrant is not a long quiet river. Indeed it is not easy to adapt when you arrive in another country, even less when you are part of a visible minority. My family has lived these moments in France, I lived them , I face them again here in Quebec.

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Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier

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Hello, I’m back after 10 intense days at the Quebec City Summer Festival! Today we are going to the Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier.

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Le Clocher Penché

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What can we possibly do on a beautiful Sunday afternoon? The idea of ​​a brunch seemed fair to me. With “the gang” (group of friends), we had decided to go in the Saint-Roch district to try the brunch of the Clocher Penché.

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How to survive the cold?

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Is it cold in Quebec City? This is the question people often ask me, but is it really a myth? Legend tells that the temperatures can go below -50 ° C. In 1816 there would have even been a year without summer!
Winter in Quebec City usually begins in November and ends around May, if it wants to. Winter is often feared and sometimes hated, winter is inevitable, winter is endless. When this period is close this feeling of fear arrives at the same time, and everyone tries as they can to survive the low temperatures. Here is a small survival guide that can be useful if you have to face the big cold!

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Patente Et Machin

IMG_6706 (Copier)The Saint-Sauveur district is located in lower Town of Quebec, close to the famous Saint-Roch neighbourhood. Renowned for its shops, the area has also many restaurants, including Patente and Machin. People are talking a lot about it and I was looking forward to try the place so we went there one night with friends for dinner!

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