At the end of August, my parents and I decided to go to Quebec City. Here is a collection of Quebec City in photos. We stayed in an AirBnb near the Plains of Abraham park and Museé des Beaux Arts. It was my first time visiting, and I know I will be back. As the second wave begins, I was glad to get away for a safe vacation when it was a little more agreeable to do so. We kept our distance from others, ate outside, wore our masks when needed, and got lots of steps in.
Here we are walking along the fortified city wall likely heading to Café Conti for happy hour sangrias and poutine. The weather was bright, sunny and crisp. It was never too cold or too warm, the perfect temperature for exploring all the parts of the city.
Between walking around the entire city, looking at potential apartments to buy, and eating food… We also got to zip line Montmorency falls and tour île d’Orléans. We had some pizza, pea soup and fresh bread at La Boulange before heading back to, you guessed it, Café Conti for sangria!
Our favourite restaurant: the Conti! Shout out to Guy for serving us sangria and delicious caesar salad three days in a row…
Now, we stay at home indefinitely as numbers continue to rise. That doesn’t mean I can’t follow a bunch of European travel instagram pages to dream about the next time I venture out of cottage country! Be sure to follow my Instagram in the meantime. I hope you enjoyed this collection of Quebec City in photos,