Photo Post: Québec

October 15, 2010 at 11:52 pm Leave a comment

It’s been a while since my last post; thanks to those of you that are still with me! This semester has been such a busy one, so I’m going to have to make more of an effort to prioritize posting about the rest of my trip. I’ll get there eventually. First step towards finishing: I finally edited my photos from Québec City! Here are my favourites from a blustery evening in the capital of La Belle Province.


Much of Vieux (old) Québec is within fortress walls.


The first step on our sightseeing tour was the Québec Parliament building. We didn’t have time to go in and were probably too late anyway, so we just took some photos of the exterior. Gorgeous building!


The Plains of Abraham, where British and French forces fought for control of Québec in 1759


View of the St. Lawrence from the Governor’s Promenade—it’s so wide here!!


The Terrasse Dufferin, a pedestrian boardwalk area at the Frontenac


The Château Frontenac, the world’s most photographed hotel and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The thing in the foreground is the UNESCO symbol. I’m kind of obsessed with wanting to stay here. Next time?


An artist sells his work in Vieux Québec

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Entry filed under: Photos, Québec, Québec City.

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