For Labor Day weekend, Jenny Munk and I visited Quebec City, Canada. This was our first time visiting this beautiful city, which has buildings originating from the 17th Century.
Most of the weekend was spent walking down narrow streets filled with art galleries and restaurants with tables spilling out onto the sidewalk.
We did visit the National Museum, which featured a Rodin exhibit. Part of the museum was an old prison, which I thought was pretty cool.
Quebec City features a huge hotel, a walled city, and a fort positioned high on a cliff overlooking a narrow part of the adjacent river. From the water, we enjoyed seeing how intimidating the city must have looked hundreds of years ago.