What a fantastic day!
We woke up to a bright blue sky and the sun streaming in through the windows of our little room. Our AirBNB hosts, John and Charlie, were cooking breakfast and we had the chance to talk to them a bit. I love AirBNB because of the opportunity to get to know people you otherwise would not meet if staying in a motel. I would love to be a host if we get a place big enough to have a spare room or two.
Breakfast consisted of scrambled eggs, toast, and a yogurt parfait made with granola, bananas, and maple syrup. They introduced me to a stovetop Italian coffee maker, which made delicious coffee. I’m so going to look into getting one when we get settled.
After packing our things and bidding adieu to our hosts, we set off to explore more of the area. On John’s recommendation, we drove up to Chute-Montmorency, a large waterfall with spectacular views.
After Montmorency falls, we took a quick drive around the Ile D’Orleans. We didn’t go all the way around (it would have taken too long) but just did a little loop. It was very quaint island and I managed to snap a few photos of the cute stone cottages! Rick and I love playing tourist 🙂
We had a few hours to kill before heading out to Montreal so we decided to explore Old Quebec a little more. This time I tried to take more pictures. I know I need to work on my photography skills, but hopefully these will suffice! We walked around by the Chateau and up towards the Citadel. It was gorgeous out, I’m so glad to finally enjoy some warmer weather, but Rick burns fairly easily so we ducked out of the heat and had a quick bite to eat at a cute little café.
We left for Montreal and arrived at our next AirBNB around 3:30 pm.
We took the Metro to the centre of the city and had supper and walked around. Tomorrow we plan to explore a bit more of Montreal, and then we are going to travel to Ottawa and stay a couple of nights with one of my dear friends. I’m looking forward to seeing her!
We created a Road Trip playlist on Spotify that we downloaded to my phone, so that we can listen to music without using up all of our data. I’m going to share some of the songs we are enjoy with each post. Today’s favourite song is by Noah and the Whale and it’s called Five Years Time. I’m all about the happy tunes! Rick and I tend to have very different musical tastes, but hey, marriage is all about compromise, right?
I’ll update tomorrow, hope you are all having a fabulous Friday!