Last summer I traveled around eastern Canada but so far I have only shared two posts from the trip, oops! The original plan was to make some vlogs, therefore I have a few GBs worth of footage. Turns out I don’t enjoy editing video very much nor am I very good at it…but maybe it’ll be a future project for me! Here are some photos from exploring old Québec city and Mont Tremblant!
View from inside and on the balcony of Saint Joseph’s Oratory. Beautiful place, but certainly a different type of grand than the Notre Dame Basilica (see pictures from day 2 post linked below). It sits very high on a steep slope so we decided to skip the hundreds of stairs and drove to the top.
Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort is up in the mountains and a beautiful escape from the bustle of Old Québec. I loved all the fun architecture. There are plenty of activities for everyone in the family here. Don’t forget to ride the free trolley up the mountain – you get to see some fun views of the resort!
I took so many pictures of Old Québec but here are some of of my favorites.
Loved this hotel..so beautiful inside and out. It looks like a castle!
This is a section of the old ramparts surrounding the city. In a later post I’ll share more pictures from actually standing on top of the wall!
I am currently on my spring break and can’t wait to share more travel posts with you all!