Québec and moi:

Confessions of a Québec City tour guide

Condé Nast: Top Ten!

Condé Nast Traveler has just released the results of its 2013 Readers’ Choice Survey and Québec City is getting the recognition it deserves: Besting cities …
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Finding a Québecer on Facebook

Try finding a Québecer on Facebook. It can be an exercise in patience and oftentimes an exercise in futility. When the first colonists arrived in the …
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Aldo

Aldo is my best customer. Aldo is a donkey. Any walking tour of Old Québec includes a stop at the Cathedral of Holy Trinity, 31 rue …
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Côte de la Montagne

Québec City was founded on a sand bar, at the base of Cap-aux-Diamants. Later on, in the 1620s, Samuel de Champlain decided to move his …
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Jump

It is quite possible that I have the best job in the world: Every day, I walk the streets of the most beautiful city in …
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Coffee on la Place Royale

The only thing better than a good cup of coffee first thing in the morning is a good cup of coffee first thing in the morning …
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Walkable, indeed!

As a Québec City tour guide, I walk the streets of the old city every day. From Avenue Cartier to La Place Royale, from St. …
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A drink

We’ve got watering holes of all sorts in Quebec City: raucous and loud, quiet and contemplative. We’ve got a drink for every mood as well: …
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