Quebec City in August!
Chateau Frontenac majestically overlooks the Old Quebec. This hotel of 618 rooms belongs to the Fairmont Group and is known to be the most photographed hotel in the world.
The fortifications that surround Old Québec were used to defend the city at the time of New France around 1745.
You can see one of the many cozy terraces. There is fewer tourists in late August, allowing you to better enjoy and admire the many historic sites.
The Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church nobly on the Place Royale. Built 323 years ago, she survived the war and other destruction attempts.
One of the best desserts I’ve had the chance to eat. Cognac is a classic of the restaurant St-Amour, it’s a frozen pyramid with crunchy praline, romia, caramelized filberts and maple butter.