After our ride on the ferry, we continued our tour into the busier parts of the city
This mural is called Fresque du Petit-Champlain and it depicts milestones in the history of Cap-Blanc, Quebec City’s working class waterfront neighborhood from the beginnings of New France until the present day.
A view below from the Old Quebec Funicular Railway which opened back in 1879
Statue of Samuel de Champlain in front of Chateau Frontenac. Founder of Quebec City, he is regarded as the “Father of New France”.
The bar inside Chateau Frontenac
Art gallery district
This is the place where you get “real” poutine
The best in the world
We stopped here to pick up a box of steaks to bbq back at the house
I didn’t know you can buy raw steaks at a restaurant
Barbequed to perfection
Freshly sliced tomatoes from the garden
From June to September, Cirque du Soleil puts on a show for free in the Saint-Roch neighborhood
It’s neat how they perform underneath the freeway underpass
Can’t recommend you try this at home. The show was absolutely amazing! We might not have seen a Cirque du Soleil show in Vegas, but we’re glad we were able to see this one and it was FREE!
Picture of the sculpture “Compassion” at the front gates of General Hospital of Quebec on our walk back to Denis & Isabelle’s house.
Death defying acrobats.
A lot in one day.