Day Five in Quebec City

Bonjour! To get to Old Quebec City from Montreal, we took the 3 hour VIA train. Then we spent most of the day roaming around and window shopping. The language spoken here is mainly French and so my family was depending on me to help translate. However, I forgot most of my high school French and so we walked around for a while until we realized most of the Quebecoise knew how to speak English. Hooray!

We ate leftover candy and bought bagels and juice from the trolley lady (left). We then arrived at a beautiful train station in Quebec (right).

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There were interesting art pieces and one of them was made of metal chairs with inscriptions on them.
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We arrived at our hostel!
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A mysterious and elegant black door
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Gon snapped off an icicle

 

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A cool historic building
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Italian food for lunch
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A lamb that is holding a sign “Ouvert” or “Open” at Le Chateau Frontenac
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Outdoor elevator takes you up to see a great view of Quebec
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A Christmas-spirited street. Reminds me of a scene from Harry Potter…
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Le Chateau Frontenac from afar

 

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A cute restaurant, “Cotes a Cotes” or “Coast to Coast”
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A small chapel called Notre Dame
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My cousin put a snowball inside the cannon
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Beautifully painted building
Our first day in Quebec was great and Day Six in Quebec was even greater!

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