As my front desk friend used my map to show me where to go see the things he was recommending, he circled one big section to the north east, and told me not to go there. “It’s the poor section.” He then went on to say no one would bother me, there just wasn’t anything …
Quebec City’s Morrin Centre has a history nearly as varied and long as Quebec itself. Touring this one building will walk you through periods of history and significant changes in the life of the city.
The murals of Quebec City tell the complex story of the city, the history of life and politics of a city so beloved by its inhabitants. So here, I want to share with you the three murals I found the most beautiful and rich in history.
Manoir de la Terrasse was my first solo travel, which was in Quebec City, Canada. Here’s all you need to know about the hotel:
Quebec City guide to shopping for artisan souvenirs: information, photos & locations for shops that provide unique souvenirs made in Quebec and Canada.
Yep. That’s right, Mom goes away, and first thing out of the gate was a food. That I didn’t prepare. That people just brought to me, on trays! 😀 What a wonderful idea.
At home, I walk. I walk almost every day of the week, out my front door, walking at least 7000 steps before coming home and making breakfast. While away, I was determined to keep up my daily steps, especially since I also intended to thoroughly enjoy food! Yeah, 7K steps every morning before setting out …
I’ve been asked a lot why I chose Quebec City for my first Solo-MOM-Travel. It’s really something I debated about a lot, and let me tell why I’m glad I chose QC!