Falls near St. Anne de Beaupre however, I don't think these are the famous Montmorency Falls.
Bridge to Ile d'Orleans. One of my ancestors settled here at St. Laurent. Jean Baptist Roy dit Desjardins (1675-1722) married Agnes Gagnon 1712.
The historical Île d'Orléans is the birthplace of New France. Its gorgeous scenery stretches along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, only a few minutes from Québec City. There are many B&B's, restaurants, vineyards and agriculture treats.
One of the many places to stop, sample and purchase locally produced goods.
Vignoble St. Petronille.
Tasting room of Vignoble Sainte-Petronille.
Wine is produced in the basement of the white building in the distance.
Lin tasting ice wine. It was so delicious we purchased a bottle and plan to serve it to guests for dessert.
Leaving Ile d'Orlean we see the Quebec skyline.
Skyline of Quebec City and the St. Lawrence River
The City of Quebec
In charming Old Town Quebec with brightly colored buildings, flags, flowers, artists, hotels and restaurants.
$80 + tips gets a carriage ride in Old Town.
The grand Chateau Frontenac. What history.
Randy re-living history.
Randy strolling down Rue de Tressor- the artist district.
The stately Fleur de Lis
Where do I go first?
Fine raised embroidery by the Ursuline Sisters as seen in the wonderful displays at their Museum.
A cute young artist yields to a photo.
Menus on chalkboards with red geraniums. It's so charming ... and so French.