Quebec City is very rich with Catholic influences. They've got two beautiful churches and I thought I'd share them both with you. The first set of pictures is of Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec, and the second is the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré.
I'm back with a second Quebec photo diary, this time we're going to be focusing on my personal favorite activity (besides shopping) which was, dog sledding. This was my favorite, because we got to spend time with the dogs before we went sledding and we as the name would suggest, we went dog sledding. Now, these dogs loved doing this, I never saw any of them look fearful or unhappy. I also would like to point out that yes, these dogs are chained up but it's for their safety as well as our own, the visitors. But enough with that, on to the ample amounts of doggies!!
If you follow me on Instagram (and if you don't I'm @msJessDynarski), you will have noticed that last weekend I ventured into the arctic cold known as Canada, more specifically Quebec City. Quebec City is a French speaking town so, naturally I went with my French class. We spent three days in Quebec and most of that time was spent walking around and expirencing, as one of the Teachers said, "the most European city within the Americas". Take a look for yourself!