We walked the walled city today. Fortunately it wasn’t raining, but it was chilly, windy, and gray. Regardless, it was a lovely day. Quebec City is spectacular! I want to come here during the snowy winter.
This in an autumn view of the backside of Chateau Frontenac, the centerpiece of the walled city.
Canon G11 atop the walled city.
Our digs in Quebec City, Hotel Belley. Great little hotel with a very nice pub downstairs–right up my alley! We’re in the room just above the lighted light.
Last night it rained. I opened the window, stuck my head out and took this shot.
Canon G11 en francais au Quebec.
It’s hard to find the time to post. Wi-Fi connections have been OK, but we’ve been doing very little sitting around staring at LCD screens. I’ve been taking lots of photos (day and night shots) so I’ll have to do an album style thing after we get home.
Today we are in Quebec City. We arrived here yesterday in the late afternoon. Time to get out of doors and go exploring…
This two tone mural is in an alley about a half a block from our hotel on Rue Saint Catherine in the “red light” district in Montreal. Tres cool!
Canon G11 loving the Montreal street art.
Maggie and I walked about 15 miles today which started with a trek from our hotel up Rue Peel to the top of Parc du Mont Royal. This was one image of the view we saw:
The street in the center of the photo is Rue Peel.
Note: I’m finding simple image manipulation to be quite burdensome on the iPad. It’s doable, but resizing SUCKS! (The weird blurriness in the foliage is from the resizing tool.) I’ll be redoing the posted images from the trip once I get home.
Canon G11 on the road.