Ville de Québec
Québec City, the capital of Québec province, is located on the North shore where St. Lawrence river meets the Riviere Saint-Charles. The city's name derived from the Algonquian word meaning 'narrowing of the river'. Québec City is one of the oldest cities in North America with lots of places being World Heritage Sites including the 'Historic District of Old Québec', and the Plains of Abraham.
Breton Crepes! The most amazing crepes in Old Québec
It's lunch time at Restaurant 1640 nomnom
Here I got the classic lasagna and cheesecake with raspberry sauce.
The full view of Château Frontenac taken in the morning
The Ramparts of Québec City
Built in 1759 by the English, the Ramparts of Québec City is one of the few remaining fortified city walls in Northern America.
Porte St. Louis, one of the four surviving gates
Goodbye Québec City!
Parliament of Canada
The Parliament of Canada was originally a military base in the 18/19 century and it became under governmental use after Queen Victoria chose Ottawa as Canada's capital city. As beautiful as it seems to be, most parts of the Central building were actually burned down in 1916, the only remaining original piece is the library. The library is glamorous but unfortunately photography is not allowed inside the building, so you would have to see it for yourself!
"Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder, a part of experience."
- Francis Bacon