Monday, October 14, 2013

Quebec City



Old Quebec City was established in 1605 on the St. Lawrence River. It is the second oldest walled city in North America, the earliest in Mexico. With a militant history and fierce cultural identity, the french Canadien town is rich in sites to explore and sketch. Full of caf├ęs, galleries, museums, and a great bike shop — Quebec City is a European-feel city without crossing the ocean.

2 comments:

  1. If you're like me and you love to shop when you travel, well Old Quebec is the best! First you start up town on Rue Saint-Jean, park your car, or better yet take a taxi...and just start walking...Shops galore! Boutiques for every taste, shoes to die for! Small restaurants at every corner to get a bite to eat and pubs.
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