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Walk along the ramparts of Québec City

During my holiday in Québec, I stayed mostly in Montreal but I also made a day trip to Québec City, the provincial capital. It takes ~3h… 372 more words


A little visit to Quebec City

To start our tour of Atlantic Canada, we decided to hit up Quebec City first…one of the oldest cities in Canada, it’s 409 years old and it is filled with history. 530 more words


La Belle City, Quebec City All Charm and All Awesome

Quebec City, capital of La Belle Province, and one of Canada’s most underrated cities. Quebec City is the place I have visited most often outside of my hometown in Canada. 841 more words

Two Days in Quebec City (Day 1 - Upper Town)

With a historically strong US dollar against the Canadian dollar, Americans are basically getting around a 25% discount in Canada.  Now is the perfect time to go!   655 more words

Getting Around Quebec

Mission report: Operation Frontenac and George Lazenby

Double 0 Aficionado was in Québec City this past weekend, from Friday September 15th to Sunday September 17th 2017. I can proudly write that it was the blog’s first mission in the field, codename ‘Operation Frontenac’, thusly baptized in honour of the famous hotel Château Frontenac that overlooks the St-Laurence River in the province of Québec. 871 more words


Quebec City

Another one of my favourite places in Canada: Quebec City. So much so we spent our honeymoon here 20 years ago. It’s like being in Europe, almost.

Quaint Quebec

QUEBEC CITY, on the St. Lawrence River three hours’ drive north of Montreal, is ridiculously picturesque — the oldest parts, anyway, where stone houses, some from the 17th century, 372 more words