Thursday, June 20, 2019

Out of the Jurisdiction: Last Morning in Quebec

After days of rain and then very cloudy days, the last morning was gorgeous.  I walked.

Hôtel-Dieu de Québec is a teaching hospital affiliated with Université Laval.  It was started by Augustinian sisters in 1640 on a site across the street from my hotel.

The cafes had not yet put their chairs out.

City Hall is a striking building on a very steep hill.

A cafe I photographed at night was equally colorful on a sunny morning.
A lady in red stationed herself at the right spot.

And, everyone who goes to Quebec ends up photographing 
Chateau Frontenac, now a Fairmont hotel.  So, here is my photo.

One fine gentleman worked on his tan.

Back to Connecticut.


Barbara Rogers said...

I remember that restaurant's night photo, and can now see how it was red and purple at the same time! Guy in the sun must have been in FL for the winter to have such a tan already!

William Kendall said...

It is an incredible city. You've photographed it beautifully.

Sharon said...

Beautiful photos. Chateau Frontenac is quite a place. The name always makes me think of Plaza Frontenac in the St. Louis suburb of Frontenac Missouri. When I worked in St. Louis, it was one of our favorite places to go shopping.

RedPat said...

You showed the city well, Jack! I picked up a Louise Penny book at a Little Library this week so looking forward to reading it I have never read any before.

Taken For Granted said...

What a fine series of photos from your travels.