It began with us driving to Montreal. I have been to Montreal before a few times, mostly to visit the famous miraculous St. Joseph's church or to see friends and relatives. We never had a chance to really relax and tour Montreal.
You know there are places that feels like an oasis in the middle of the city. Well that is exactly what Point Claire Village felt like, not too far from down town Montreal. With lake Saint Louis as the backdrop we couldn't have asked for more.
As you walk along the cobble stone streets by the water, there are amazing quaint restaurants and boutiques for eye candy. I had to restrain myself from buying.
Today's city guide is devoted to Quebec City! We love traveling and have visited several European cities, but Quebec City deserves a special mention for the history and the hip vibe. If you squint you would think you are in Europe. I will let the pictures speak for itself...
We stayed in a beautiful apartment inside the wall in old Quebec City with ceiling to floor windows. It was an enjoyable stay as we started the day off with a relaxing breakfast before a hectic day. And ended the day with after dinner drinks, laughs and conversations into the night.
Enjoyed meals at beautifully decorated Bistros...in addition in sidewalk cafes listening to local musicians playing instruments or singing.
We had purchased some CDs from a guy playing trumpet on the street. We drove back leisurely listening to old songs on trumpet, windows down, along the river, stopped for food and test drove our retirement life!