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A break march 2019 – 5-Quebec

A few minutes away, at the edge of the Baskatong Reservoir, the Windigo village is dense with chalets that have a view of the white immensity.

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A break March 2019 – 4-Quebec

After passing the municipality of Ferme-Neuve, we enter the Regional Park of the Devil’s Mountain.

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A Break March 2019 – 3-Quebec

The 240-km route (settled in a mere 2 hours and 45 minutes, unsurprisingly, like on wheels!) passes by, at halfway, the foot of Mont-Tremblant, the first ski resort located in the heart of the Mont-Tremblant National Park

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A break March 2019 – 2-Quebec

Without transition, we escape north towards Mont-Laurier, a small town of 14,000 inhabitants near the Baskatong Reservoir, a gigantic water reserve of over 400 km2 fed by the Gatineau River, which ends its race near Ottawa.

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A break March 2019 – 1-Quebec

Controlled landing at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport: The flight of Air Transat flew over the rooftops of the city’s industrial suburbs and its rows of identical brick pavilions adorned with a coat of snow.

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A break march 2019 – 6-Quebec

Adventure is at our fingertips. One hour from Windigo, the Fontbrune outfitter capitalizes on its spectacular snowmobile experience (take a driving license!).

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A break march 2019 – 7-Quebec

The mushers give as good as they get. From the outfitter Cecaurel, in the Regional Park of Kamikia, they take you on a ride for an hour, a day, several days …

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a break march 2019 – 8-Quebec

While descending down to Montreal, one crosses the Outaouais, the province of the national capital of Canada, Ottawa.

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A break march 2019 – 9-Quebec

It does not take long for the forest to call. Sleeping with wolves at the foot of the bed?

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A break march 2019 – 10-Quebec

Going back down to Montreal, two gastronomic stops allow for the discovery of seasonal regional products and of the inventiveness of Chefs Québec.

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A break march 2019 – 11-Quebec

We go to the top of rue Saint-Laurent, on the Mile-End side, an industrial district in the midst of real estate and artistic boom, where the old factories are invested by artists and start-ups.

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A break march 2019 – 12-Quebec

And cherry on top of the cake, treat yourself to a night in the bed of John Lennon and Yoko Ono at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel.

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A break february 2019 – Les Climats (one Michelin star)

Wine lovers of Burgundy, this address is for you. Led by Denis Jamet and Carole Colin, this restaurant nestled in the former Maison des Dames PTT, a few meters from the Musée d’Orsay, has retained its soul Arts & Crafts. A unique experience!

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A break february 2019 – Le George (one Michelin star)

The dazzling Chef Simone Zanoni, at the head of George’s Four Seasons Restaurant George V, offers cuisine that links his Italian origins to the great French culinary tradition. Sublime.

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A break february 2019 – Carré des Feuillants (one star)

Véritable institution parisienne, le restaurant d’Alain Dutournier a certes perdu une étoile Michelin lors de la publication du dernier guide rouge, mais cela n’empêche pas les amateurs de grande cuisine française de se précipiter à cette table discrète, entre Tuileries et place Vendôme.

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