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... dinner. We are having late dinner and show which is much better than earlier....we went to a piano bar first for a dance, then to dinner...4 course meals!!! We have a table for 4 overlooking water...very nice! Once home we saw the sunset then experienced fireworks at a little french village..awesome! The play tonight was the introduction of all the ships actors....good but not great! Off to bed ...
... Quartier Petit Champlain, the river & mountains in the distance. @ the end continue onto
3. Promenade des Gouverneurs: there is 310 stairs along this path that is on the sheer cliff wall of the military Citadelle. Once at the end it's time to head back to continue along the tour.
4. Parc des Gouverneurs: this is opposite where my hotel is. I didn't take a photo of the monument here.
5. Maison Kent: built in 1648, this might be Quebec's oldest ...
... the newer part of the city and I can honestly say, I prefer the more historic part. Either way, Quebec is undeniably a beautiful place to visit and I would like to one day return.
Tonight was a bit cooler so we opted for dinner on an outdoor patio at a little Italian restaurant in Place Royal. It was a beautiful setting and the food was delicious. I had my first taste of goat cheese and I have to say that it was not near ...
... one we visited had a great iPad based tour that the kids really enjoyed and explained every stone and plank used in the place. Of note, the Plains of Abraham as a modern park was designed by Frederick Todd, the student of Olmstead (designer of Central Park, Yale, etc.). It is a beautiful park and I'm looking forward to exploring it further. We had some delicious Lebanese food after the tours and rested until 5pm or so. In the evening we headed out ...
... we has two free hours to roam and explore. The city was amazing and very quaint :- I think the maybe the recipe for creating a beautiful city can be broken down into this.
Old World Cham + Built next to Water + Steep Hilly Terrain + Cobble Stones + Flower pots = Beautiful City
The architecture of Chateau Frontenac, a working hotel was magnificent. Overall Quebec city in the summer was stunning and I would really love to go back and spend more time there.