We started our sixth day in Quebec City at a restaurant called The Hobbit where we had homemade jam on baguettes, eggs and excellent espresso coffee.
Then we were off on a bus tour out into the Quebec countryside. The fall colors all around us were glorious.
First stop was a chocolate shop on Île d’Orléans where all the chocolates are made on site. Dave enjoyed his chocolates under the trees on the yard.
We spent nearly an hour at Montmorency Falls.
We took the gondola up to the top of the falls and went for a walk on the suspension bridge.
After stops at a museum where we learned about copper mining and copper artwork
We went to a bakery where we enjoyed fresh bread slathered with maple butter. We spent another hour exploring the beauty of the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. The art and architecture were fascinating.
Supper was at a Moroccan restaurant. We spent a couple of hours playing euchre. Like the winning Liberals and the winning Blue Jays, Velma and Dave were the winning team last night.
Our day in the Quebec countryside had been verrrrrry cold but was beautiful and enjoyable.
Color, color everywhere. Autumn dreams are in the air. – Mary Naylor
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