Final port of call - Quebec

Sailing down the St Lawrence seaway is a treat in itself.
The trees were beginning to dress themselves in their autumn colours. Quebec is a beautiful city, especially the old town and its always a pleasure to visit there.  You could almost believe you were in Paris.

We spent a wonderful day roaming around this area, its lovely boutique shops and fabulous coffee bars and restaurants.
The first day we were there (we stayed over night), it was bitter cold, so our first thought was to find a shop selling hats and gloves!

It is such a gaily coloured area, my photos can only give you a taste of it.

As we wondered around the old squares and cobbled streets, Quebec was busy preparing itself for its Halloween celebrations.











We caught the local bus to the Montmorency Falls.
These falls are higher that Niagara but only narrow.  It was a beautiful spot with wonderful colours again. However all too soon it was time to make the journey home.

4 comments:

  1. It looks so beautiful, Carol. Did you say this was your favourite part of Canada? I could see why!

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  2. It is my favourite part of Eastern Canada and one of my favourite cities. However I love British Columbia and Alberta on the west.

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  3. It all looks fantastic!

    Yay! It's letting me post!

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  4. You must have been a good girl! Thanks for stopping by x

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Final port of call - Quebec

Sailing down the St Lawrence seaway is a treat in itself. The trees were beginning to dress themselves in their autumn colours. Quebec is...