From Notre-dame we head to the old city of Québec and Clock tower. Tip: if you’re not yet familiar on your way around just like me, the best way to commute here in Canada is via subway or uber 😉 If you’re travelling as a group, Uber is the best way to go. But I find subway trains a good experience for a traveller.
The architectures along the old city of Québec is very patriotic with homey feels. We just walk and take photos but every corner had something to offer. There are stores and boutiques along the alley (first photo above) and once you’ve reached the end corner you’ll see huge bulldings with sculptures on top.
To reach our next itinerary, we just walk from the Old city of Québec, pass the Old port and to Clock tower. (And hey a long train just pass us which had us waiting for 15mins or so haha!)
Located in Quai de l’Horloge which is originally called Victoria Pier. Well it’s no longer a pier as it seems. But there are yachts all over the area. It is served as a way to honour the memory of lost sailors. The park is picturesque just like those postcards. It’s a vast green and clear sky just in front of us! And my first time so see squirrels playing around! I bet the view here is lovely during sunset.
It was noon and the cold wind doesn’t bother us. It was the perfect place and time to relax and swift all those worries. So if you’ll visit Québec, make sure to add this on your itinerary.