Friday, February 24, 2017

If you ever have the chance to check out Old Quebec City I would suggest you go! We stayed at the Chateau Frontenac, this Old World beauty is rich in History without lacking amenities. Complete with Starbucks and Five star dining it was close to everything. Le Marche de Noel was right out the front door and Le petite Champlain located at the foot of the hill...a short venicular ride with a stunning view of the ST. LAWERENCE RIVER on the way down. we were there early December which come to find out is the Perfect Cruise Ship crowds due to the icey waters, yet Christmas Markets were in full swing! The twinkling lights of the Season were magical. and then the SNOW CAME...need I say more? I could have SHOPPED on Le Petite Champlain for days.. So reminiscence of Paris complete with French Speaking Locals, most of whom were very pleasant. Food was authentic French Cuisine. MON AMI...Lapin Saute was by far my Fav...the decor out front beckons you inside for a lovely French Wine and Cheese course...the Onion Soup was decadent! WELL this post could go on forever...or you could just book a trip and see for yourself! you wont regret it!


Christmas Joy ..My Son is engaged! Im so impressed with His thoughtful planning. He took advantage of the fact that our Christmas Holiday was to be spent in Old Quebec City at the Chateau Frontenac...What Girl could say NO to a Handsome Prince on one knee in Front of a real life CASTLE... Le Petit Champlain is a very quaint Old World, Very French town. it was only a three hour flight from Ft.LAuderdale. I would return in a heart beat. And now it will always hold sweet personal memories for our Family. COngratulations SON.