Québec City est magnifique

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Now, I haven't done a picture or a travel blog in awhile, so here we go. Over the Easter weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting a really beautiful city in CanadaQuébec City. If you live in Canada or at the border of U.S. and Canada, you should visit. But go with your significant other, because the city is very French and romantique! My boyfriend and I definitely had an amazing time and can't wait to go back. It is different from Montreal, where most tourists go. Québec City is quieter and isn`t a party central like Montreal, but it has more historic sites and cuter bakeries for your petit dejeuner.

Here are some pictures I took.

1. Fairmont Le Château Frontenac: is currently a beautiful hotel with 3,000 rooms. It was built in late 19th century. The Quebec Conference of 1943, at which Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt discussed strategy for World War II, was held here. The film I Confess (Alfred Hitchcock) was also filmed here.

2. Université Laval:  is one of the top ten Canadian universities. It is also the oldest centre of education in Canada (founded 1668).

3. Notre-Dame Basilica-Cathedral: is a National Historic Site of Canada. It has been in place since 1647 and was destroyed several times by fire, so it has been renovated and restored throughout the centuries.

And here are some other random pictures:

4. Savini Lounge: has an amazing wine selection, live DJ and a great crowd. One of the best lounges I've been to.

5. Dagobert Club: has really great Euro music (if you are into that) and is one of the top bars among tourists.

6. Café-boulangerie Paillard: is an amazing bakery for breakfast and lunch.

7. Petit Champlain: is a neighborhood with the cutest streets and boutiques! This is also where Quebec City's oldest and famous stairway, Breakneck Stairs, is located.