We left Montreal around noon and drove to Quebec City for a few nights stay. Stayed at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac which wikipedia describes as the “most photographed hotel in the world.”
The hotel pretty nice, especially the interiors for cafes and lounge areas. The rooms were more of the familiar style with rich patterns on walls and furniture. The bathrooms were small but nice enough. Only complaint would be the lackluster A/C though I know it doesn’t often reach 85F there it did while I was visiting and yeah the unit just wasn’t made for those temperatures!
(дー)// I remedied it by taking cold showers every time we came back to the room. Worked like a charm.
Heat aside, we walked all over Old Quebec, along the river, and the Petit-Champlain district including the long walkover that takes you to the Plains of Abraham where the music festival “Festival d’été de Québec” was taking place. Also visited the downtown area where more music festivities were happening. :)
Jenny posted at 8:33 pm; Tuesday
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