Window boxes overflowing with blossoms
and sidewalk cafes brimming with patrons remind visitors of the city's European cousin.
It's no wonder the city is reminiscent of the old country. Sitting above the St. Lawrence River,
the Chateau Frontenac dominates the horizon.
The Old fortified city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Doubtless the new world immigrants brought their love of flowers from the old country.
then by English soldiers.
The result is Canada's version of peaceful coexistence.
Maybe the French nuns taught the children to love their neighbors as themselves,
Today, conversations in Quebec City flow between French and English without rancor. However, I must hasten to add, their palates have never left Paris.