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Thursday, 17 August 2017



interesting name change...


I know Kat.......


It's been many, many years since I've been to Quebec City, but the streets in your photos look as I remembered. Also, we stayed at the Chateau Frontenac; I remember it felt like we were hiking to our room from the lobby!


Hi Sandy - Quebec City does have a "timeless" look to it. The Hotel Frontenac is huge and pretty old, so I imagine getting around might take some time and effort.

Soo @ hungryones

I like the look of that old city and the cool statues. The old cannons make me feel safe.


QC was a fun trip Soo!


The cobblestones in QC are older than the U.S.! We enjoyed a great dinner at le Cochon Dingue five summers ago. So much history in QC.


Yes CC - Those stairs are older than the US! Lovely city!


Beautiful! I enjoyed slacking off for a bit and taking a vicarious trip with you guys...


Thanks FH! QC is very picturesque.

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