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Quebec City... the old town

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Long ago, a friend told me to not miss a trip to Quebec City if I ever got the chance. Old buildings, young energy, beautiful and vibrant!

And he was so right.

We camped east of the city, and drove back to Levis one day. Took the short ferry ride ($6 per person), parked the truck for $5 for day in the ferry lot, and rode the funicular up to the top of the city walls ($2 one way). We walked our way around the city and back down to the landing in the lovely fall sunshine.

This is what we saw from the ferry on our approach to Quebec City from Levis:

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It is indeed a vibrant city, with amazing old buildings and young energy. Great food, music everywhere, art galleries around every corner. So much history. A visit here is like going to Europe without the flight.

The people of Quebec are rightfully proud of their beautiful city, and their province, and should be. We have been warmly welcomed here.

Sherry


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