Le Château Frontenac


Quebec City, PQ
Wordless Wednesday here.

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  1. Beautiful historic city and a commanding fortress! Happy WW and thank for stopping by my blog earlier :)

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  2. I have a chateau for my Wordless Wednesday post today, too. Yours is bigger!

    Joy's Book Blog

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  3. I have been to Quebec many times, and stayed at the Chateau Frontenac. My husband has done historical reenactments on the Plains of Abraham.
    Margaret

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  4. Beautiful! You make me want to visit!

    ~Have a lovely day!

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    1. Wonderful! By all means, please do pay a visit. I think you will enjoy it very much.

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  5. So beautiful! When we were in language school we lived about 10 minutes from there. Such a gorgeous area! Elisabeth even took the trail from our park to the downtown old quebec area.
    I've been praying for you and the transition time. Have a great time sight seeing!
    Love,
    Kami

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    1. It's great to know you've visited and lived in my beautiful country, Kami. It is so nice around that area and I'm glad your family enjoyed it so much. I'm keeping you in prayer. Hugs. xx

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  6. You've taken a great picture of this iconic, regal building.

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  7. Beautiful building ! Fortunately I don't have to clean all these windows :) !

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  8. What a beautiful photo. And, a beautiful city. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  9. Lovely! What a great vantage point :)

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  10. This looks like it could be a castle in Austria or Germany or France! Lovely! I was in Quebec City in July of 1970, leading an American Youth Hostels bicycle tour. We bicycled from Quebec City about 20 or 30 miles north to a campground where we camped out. It was such a beautiful bicycle ride.

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    1. Wonderful Pat! It's amazing how many foreigners have visited in Quebec City. This was my first visit and I'd love to spend some more time there.

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  11. WOW!!! GORGEOUS & MAJESTIC!!! Thank you for posting it. I had never heard of it before.

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  12. What a stunning view!

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  13. What a wonderful chateau! Of course I knew Quebec was linguistically French, but I didn't realise it was so French in appearance.

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