Here is another set of pictures from our trip to Quebec. They are not the best I have since I had problems arranging them today.
Below you can see the refined French Canadian stairs you find a bit everywhere in Quebec. An example of how, in my opinion, the Quebecois – a common Latin trait I believe – may prefer beauty to practicalness (imagine a postman or an old person climbing up and down these stairs during the long and icy Canadian winters.)
This is Paul’s beautiful grand daughter. After which you have Paul taking us around Montreal with his car.
Another picture of Quebec city. Lovely French architecture, isn’t it.
Here is Queen Victoria’s statue at the entrance of the McGill University, Montreal.
Here is MoR enjoying the Canadian beautiful nature.
Allow me to finish with Caffé Italia in Montreal, an iconic café of Montreal’s Little Italy according to the Commentator.