Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... city more recently as I was fortunate enough to work for a company who had businesses located in Quebec City (bonus!!).
I have a lot of fond memories of Quebec City. My first introduction to the city was when I was studying at Trois Pistoles and my class made a trip to the city. I was in search and found the album from Harmonium that had the song "Pour un Instant" (it was the song that helped me fall in love ...
... the 3 hour drive, I was resolved to try and enjoy the scenery.
Montmorency falls were our first stop. We had an hour to take the cable care to the top of the falls, walk across the bridge, explore the area and take some photos. These falls were not as spectacular to look at as Niagra Falls, however we were advised that their height was actually higher.
We had an all you can eat buffet lunch in which I'm ashamed that I had a plate of meat, pasta ...
... to walk the entire length of the city walls. I proceeded to have hundreds of photos sitting ontop of all the cannons we passed a-spread. We then headed out on the river to the other side to get some stunning photos of the city from the cliff lookout.
Nov 7 Update
Phin: "On train to Quebec City!...come back Montreal!!! Much needed liver vacation!! Why are windows always so dirty!?" "Is 4 bagels too many in one sitting?"
... this would be the perfect place to have a late lunch.
After sharing a baguette and soup we headed back to the hotel where our room was now ready. We did our best to stay awake a bit longer as it was only 3pm and managed a couple of hours before our lack of sleep the night before finally got the better of us.
Monday 31st October
After one of the best night’s sleep in ages thanks to a comfy bed and no sleep the night before ...
30th Aug cont.
After a little while, the rain seemed to ease and the sun poked it's head out. By the time we reached Quebec City it was turning into a lovely afternoon. We arrived around 2.30pm and drove into the Upper Town to look for parking. After drivng around in circles through construction on narrow, hilly streets we made the decision to look slightly further afield. We discovered that a few blocks further ...
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