|Today we stay in Quebec
and its neighbourhood. We will spend another night in the Clarendon
In the morning we drive with our bus through Quebec. In the town
center we have an hour's walk, escorted by a guide who tells us many
things about Quebec and its history.
After this guided tour we hop on the bus and drive to Chez Marie
for a coffee stop, where we get aquainted with a typical Canadian
product, the Maple Syrup. After a coffee and a sandwich with maple
syrup we continue to Montmorency
Falls, in the Parc de la Chute, Montmorency. Nice waterfalls,
higher but not so impressive as the Niagara Falls later this week.
After a visit to the Falls we visit yet another church or I'd better
say shrine: Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré.
After returning in Quebec in the afternoon there is plenty of
time left to go shopping or explore Quebec further on foot. We
decide to walk on the old city walls arond the old city center. The
city center is surrounded by the old city walls. Not only that, it's
a complete fortified city. After this walk we explore the lower and
upper part of Quebec, connected by a nice walkway with a lot of
steps where you have a nice view over the St. Lawrence River.
Quebec was for us one of the most beautiful cities we have seen
this trip and we recommend it to everyone who comes to Canada.