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We spent four days in Quebec. This entry talks about the first two days.
When we first booked our flights we did not anticipate feeling any sort of personal connection to Canada, especially not the kind of connection we have to our usual destinations: Germany and other parts of Europe. 2,039 more words
It’s not the largest city in Quebec, but it’s in many ways one of Canada’s most historically important: founded in 1608, Quebec City is one of North America’s oldest European settlements, a walled fortress situated at a strategic point along the Saint Lawrence River, one of New France’s—and eventually Canada’s—most important shipping and trade routes. 163 more words