Last weekend, one of the workshop co-chairs for the Beaconsfield Guild and I had a mini-vacation in Québec City. Here is the beautiful Chateau Frontenac, where we stayed on Saturday night.
I took the picture as we were pulling away from the port on the ferry, crossing the St. Lawrence. Staying there has been a dream of mine since my parents raved about their stay there in the late 1940's and I was not disappointed. This is the view from the corridor right outside our room.
These few pictures don't begin to do justice to the fabulous interior and architecture. The hotel was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1920's and was operated by them for many years.
Pam and I are off to Old Montreal today - more Quebec pictures when I get back.