Apr. 13, 2017
Day 2 now! This is the day where I finally started getting used to the daily routine and life as a tourist in Quebec, and I really got deep into the culture and history. We spent a lot of time learning about the history and origin of Quebec city, and I learned a lot of stuff that I thought I never would’ve learned!
- Going to the mall and trying poutine for the first time!
- Seeing and walking over a large, beautiful waterfall – Montmorency Falls, if I remember correctly
- Visiting the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica. I’m not at all Catholic, but it was still beautiful to me
- Visiting Sugar Shack at the end of the day, and having dinner there. It was basically a maple syrup museum! I learned a lot and had a great time.
Generic hotel continental breakfast
Sausages, scrambled eggs and a waffle. nothing special, really.
The food court at the shopping mall we went to. I can’t recall the name, unfortunately.
I got a small poutine (yay!), and a medium McDonald’s drink cup filled with McDonald’s fries that he didn’t want.
The Cabane À Sucre – also known as the Sugar Shack!
A nice, buffet-style dinner! I ate several things, including Canadian bacon, potatoes, and pork rinds.