Montreal Cat Cafe – You’ve Gotta Visit Cafe Venosa

Why is Cafe Venosa my favorite Montreal cat cafe? It’s the first vegan cat cafe in North America! I always wanted to go to a cat cafe. In Montreal, the perfect opportunity came up. Justin and I were in the city for the Chinese lantern festival. In searching for a lunch spot the following day, I discovered a Montreal cat … Read More

Montreal Lantern Festival – Explore the Gardens of Light

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Montreal celebrates the harvest season with the Gardens of Light fall festival. It’s an annual tradition at the Montreal Botanical Gardens. Hundreds of lanterns flood the Chinese and Japanese Gardens with light, illuminating the landscape with bursts of bright colors. The lights transport you to another place for the evening. I felt as though I was in China. Yet here … Read More

Finding Heritage and Wellness at a Quebec City Monastery

Old becomes new again: how a Quebec City monastery is transformed into a modern wellness center, while its history and legacy remains in tact. I’m about to share one of Quebec City’s best kept secrets with you. Le Monastère des Augustines is tucked down a quiet side street in Old Quebec. Once you discover it, you may went to spend … Read More

Planning the Perfect Quebec City Winter Getaway

Quebec City is one of those places you need to visit more than once. The city is transformed as the seasons change. The residents of Quebec City embrace the winter and the cold. They realize that if you’re going to live in a cold climate, you may as well enjoy it! As a result, there are many new experiences to … Read More

Red Bull Crashed Ice Quebec – An Extreme Winter Sport

It was our first time attending an extreme winter sport. Red Bull Crashed Ice was a thrilling race with its track extending through historic Quebec City. Red Bull Crashed Ice, also known as ice cross downhill, involves downhill skating on a track that winds through an urban environment. The track changes every year, and it includes steep drops and sharp … Read More

Photo Essay: Christmas in Old Quebec

There wasn’t any snow on the ground, but Old Quebec was alive with Christmas spirit. Old Quebec looked like something from a Christmas card. In late November, it was time to celebrate Christmas in Old Quebec. The antiquated stone buildings somehow became even more charming as they were decorated with holiday lights and wreaths. Christmas trees lined the streets. Stores … Read More

The Enchanting Quebec City Christmas Market

A European tradition in the heart of Old Quebec – the Quebec City Christmas Market. Did you know that Quebec City has a German Christmas Market? It’s another reason to add Quebec to your list of December holiday destinations. The Quebec City Christmas Market offers holiday whimsy for people of all ages. Be sure to bundle up in your winter … Read More

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