After we arrived in Quebec City, we headed to Fabourg Saint Jean Baptiste neighborhood, where you can feel the 19th century bohemian style mixed with 21st century multi-cultural atmosphere. We stayed at a B&B called Au Croissant de lune located in a house that is over one hundred years old. Continue reading “Quebec (2) – Quebec City”
While I am working on our next post about Quebec, here is a picture of our drive from Tadoussac to Quebec City (which you can see on the horizon). Wait for an article about this beautiful place…we are almost there.
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Fall is probably the best time to go to Quebec. Lots of tourists visit at that time of the year to see the leaves changing colors. The trees become a palette of yellow, orange and an unprecedented red.