28.11.06

J'(coeur) Québec

Québec, Québec
J and I spent a relaxing thanksgiving weekend in Québec. Wow. I'm quite simply flabbergasted that that city isn't the most popular tourist spot on the continent. If you're a big city person (as we are) you're going to like Montréal better (as we do), but still, Québec is absolutely amazing, especially for North America.

For those who aren't in the know, Québec is about 100 years older than Boston and still has the walls and gates like any feudal French city would. Beyond all of that, you get a great bang for your buck, especially during the winter. Our bed and breakfast was great and way cheaper then anything you'd find in New England.

Anyway, I have some thoughts about design and planning from up there to put into another post (although, honestly, I'm so busy with finals stuff that I probably won't get around to it) but for now, here are a few pictures.

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

Québec, Québec

1 comments:

Brother James 2:04 PM  

Quebec City is one of my dad's favorite cities in the world. It's also a UNESCO heritage site since it's the only walled city in North America. The real time to be there is on St. Jean Baptiste Day when everyone gathers on the Plains of Abraham and parties.

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