The next morning we rode back to Quebec City to meet up with Denis & Isabelle and had breakfast together
We met the family cat Bill
Charles, a guy we met in Cuba who is also close friends with Denis & Isabelle, invited us all to his chalet the next day near St Tite des Caps. Charles is a wild man and is always game to party.
Denis & Isabelle graciously took us out on a tour of the historical city. Our first stop: Quebec General Hospital’s Cemetery
A famous French General who played an important role in the 7 Years War against the British is buried here
I love how they preserved the cobble stoned streets
It’s very easy to get lost in the maze of side streets in Old Quebec
The Quebec City Mural depicts several notable people in Quebec history such as Jacques Cartier and Samuel de Champlain
Notre Dame de Quebec Cathedral built in 1647
Old Quebec has many old buildings that reflect the architecture of those in Europe at the time
We took a ferry across the St. Lawrence to get a better view of the skyline
Another shot of Chateau Frontenac
Couldn’t resist taking a picture of this man’s outfit
Quebec’s version of Crocodile Dundee
Quebec City skyline in the background
City with long history.
Formerly New France.