wxx1026Very French-style place. It's beautiful to take pictures in good weather, that is, the maple leaves are not very red when the National Day comes. The old town is not too big, half a day is enough to go shopping, there are many cafes and small restaurants.
BetTerDAYThe Fontinac Hotel is the landmark of Quebec City, and the tourist center. The landmark of a city is actually a hotel. It is really amazing. I was fortunate to check in this world-famous castle. It is really a fairy tale. Experience.
朝霞浮萍Little Champlain Street is my favorite place in Canada when I am visiting. It used to be a colonial area of France, and many people still speak French. The official language here is also French. This is the most concentrated place of tourists in Quebec City. It's really beautiful.
BetTerDAYThe lower part of Quebec City has a little Parisian style. Walking here seems to be walking on the miniature Champs Elysées. The locals who come and go all speak French, which still feels very exotic.
西溪老翁Quebec Crystal Falls/Montmorency Falls (Montmorency Falls) is located in the east of Quebec’s Old Town for more than ten minutes by car. The momentum of Montmorency Falls is very majestic, because it has a drop of 83 meters, which is 1.5 times that of Niagara Falls. A large amount of water pours down the St. Lawrence River from the steep cliffs, making a deafening sound, and the momentum is quite majestic. It is the highest waterfall in Quebec and is known as one of the three largest waterfalls in America. Its water source comes from the mouth of the Montmorency River, which flows straight down the cliffs of the mountains and meets the Saint-Laurent River. The Crystal Waterfall is very similar to the Huangguoshu Waterfall in my country. Although the width is not very spectacular, it has a unique style.
小花猫大笨熊Quebec ☔️ One day trip to the old town～
The main church of the Sanctuary of Our Lady is under repair. You can enter from the side door to visit. I encountered a wedding and saw a beautiful bride. Very few relatives and friends attended. We were very gossiping and guessed the reason for a long time [smile]
It is the oldest church in this parish in North America and the first church in North America to be upgraded to the Pontifical Temple (1874). It is currently listed as a World Heritage Site. The cathedral has a neoclassical facade, decorated with rich artworks: stained glass, paintings and altar lamps (a gift from Louis XIV).