More Québec City Doors
Last winter we took a long weekend to spend a night at the Ice Hotel just north of Québec City. The rest of the weekend was spent walking around exploring and rediscovering the beauty of Old Québec.
At the bottom of the cliffs under the watchful eye of the majestic Chateau Frontenac lies the section of the old city called Lower Town.
Aside from the Chateau Frontenac which is often referred to as the most photographed hotel in the world, Upper Town also has some wonderful old buildings and several historically significant churches.
But for my money, with it’s narrow winding streets and so many well preserved old stone buildings still in use as shops and inns, boutiques and restaurants, Lower Town is the most charming place to visit – especially in winter.
Here are some of my favourite Lower Town doors captured on that visit:
As always, thanks for looking 🙂
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