Quebec City Streetscape – Lower Town

Looking down from the edge of Montmorency Park over rooftops in lower town: some modern, some middle aged, with round-topped windows; some very old, with steep slopes and small dormers.

Rooftops and gardens of the lower town.

Rooftops and gardens of the lower town.

There are stairs leading down to rue du Petit Champlain, one of the most touristy streets in lower Quebec City.

Tourists in the morning.

Tourists in the morning.

Tourists in the afternoon after a heavy shower.

Tourists in the afternoon after a heavy shower.

A bicycle, one of my favourite subjects.

A bicycle, one of my favourite subjects.

One of the many shops and restaurants on rue du Petit Champlain.

Quebec City September

More shops on rue Sous Le Fort (Under the Fort Street.)

Quebec City September

This last photo was taken from the ferry as it pulled out from Quebec City to take us back to Levis and our bed and breakfast. I’m not sure which street this is, probably Champlain Boulevard, but as with most of Quebec City, the buildings are attractive and well-kept.

Quebec City September

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