A trip to Quebec City, Canada will leave you feeling like you have left North America and have returned to a different continent and a different era. The city’s charming walled old town has narrow streets and stylish buildings that are a rarity in most of North America. This is a section of town that was not built with modern automobiles in mind and as a result it can be an absolute delight for pedestrians.
The European influence is felt throughout even the modern sections of the city as you are much ... [read more]
Date:February 12th, 2007
Quebec City is a charming and historic city with a distinctly European cachet. The fact that it’s French-speaking certainly doesn’t hurt. The turrets and towers of the Chateau Frontenac dominate the skyline. Narrow streets climb steeply down to the Lower Town and restaurants are tucked into homes dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. From Old Quebec City, you can see some of the finest ski hills in North America. Only thirty minutes from downtown, five downhill ski resorts beckon to ski buffs and nature lovers: Mont-Sainte-Anne, Stoneham, Le Relais, Le Massif and ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006