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Monday, November 23, 2009

A Touch of Old Quebec City

This is by far the closest thing I can get to Europe. I love this place , a mix of busy community but still it feels laid back. Here you can just enjoy a stroll visiting the historic landmarks, fine dine in a French restaurant, shop on the stores along the street, take a ferry ride, visit museums, or just enjoy a free show outside.



Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec, it lies on the Saint Lawrence River, roughly three hours east of Montreal. The city is the second-oldest existing European settlement in Canada.

4 comments:

Margaret said...

Mimi
I love Quebec state. I lived in Europe most of my life and loved to visit France.
Now that I live in the US I enjoy Montreal and Mont Tremblant as you do indeed feel the French influence in the culture and architecture.
I was last there at the end of October are will return in a few weeks time.
BTW Your photos are great too.

cpsanti said...

I've never been to Canada, but I've friends and family over there whom I'd love to visit. The picture on the left looks like Austria or some parts of Zurich and the one on the right looks like Paris indeed ;-)

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Toyin O. said...

Great pictures, thanks for sharing.

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