Québec City
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We get off the bus at the Porte St-Jean, to take a walk a long the busy rue St-Jean towards City Hall, and Holy Trinity Anglican church up towards the UNESCO monument and the Chateau Frontenac, but this time, instead of going up onto Terrace Dufferin, we take a left, down several flights of stairs to the historic Montmorency Park then onto cote de la Montange and down a road that is a basically a 1 in 3 incline.

We’re heading for Place Royale and the statue of Lovis (King Louis XIV), and one of Québec City’s most famous churches, Notre-Dame des Victoires, then Royale Battery park. Along the way we pass the Québec City mural and a part of the city’s historic ruins.

Of course, we have a destination in mind, after soaking up all this beautiful architecture and history we want to sit awhile in the square at Cafe Smith, sup a cappuccino, eat a scone, and watch the world go by.

So how was your day?


    • I’m happy to hear that, Sophie. I’ve kind of gone mad with the posts and photos these last couple of weeks. Kind of making up for being locked in for the last year! 😉

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