Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Loving Quebec City

Four full days in Quebec City was more than enough for Kay and I to wonder nearly every major street around and up the hill to the iconic Chateau Frontenac Hotel built on a dominating location overlooking the city. No city picture would be complete without its image in the viewfinder. We even managed to escape the old city walls to explore several local neighborhoods and to hike up Montmorency Falls. On a daily basis, we averaged nearly 9 miles of walking with lots of uphill action and stairs given the topography of Cape Diamond, on which the city is built. I found Quebec to be charming and appealingly walkable, especially on warm evenings when outdoor diners overtook the walkways filling the air with dinner chatter and aromas. Here's some of my favorites.

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