We saw a lot more stuff than I'll mention here, because I don't want to bore you all with crappy pictures and long histories. So these are the really cool pictures.
|Chateau Frontenac, above our heads. There's been a building there since the 1600s, but it |
burned down multiple times. (Like most buildings in Quebec.)
|This chapel is part of the Musee de l'Amerique Francophone. Gorgeous (and burned down several times in the past.)|
|Skyline at night, from across the river.|
|Murals under a highway bridge. There was art everywhere in the city.|
|Montmorency Falls, bigger than Niagara. It was a gorgeous day, and I walked through snow up to my knees to stand in the remains of a fort that General Wolfe built before beating the French in a 22-minute battle.|
|The falls are in the background. I laughed.|
|J said this building looks like the one from Ghostbusters. I'm glad we didn't have any supernatural experiences, though I do want to go back for the Ghost Tour: guides in period costume point out, at night, where people died throughout the city.|
To the left is the Hotel Clarendon, oldest hotel in the city.