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How is Old Quebec during Covid-19 Outbreak?

Today is Canada Day. July 1st already!

Yesterday, I took my camera and walked around Old Quebec.

Comparing with last month, the tourists have started showing on the narrow streets. The shops are open, the restaurants are starting to allow dining and take out.

a bench in front of a brick building

a person standing in front of a building

I event found a new snack shop on the street of St Louis – Peppe Sandwich. Just one step away from Château Frontenac.

a building that has a sign on the side of the street

a store inside of a building

a large brick building with a store on the side of the street

a sign on the side of a building

Old Quebec is still charming and beautiful. Much less of tourists and most of them are from Quebec province. Last year, you could not even find a spot to park in the city. As a tour guide, I feel a little bit sad. Usually, this is my busiest time of the year. I miss people.

a close up of a flower garden

Half of 2020 has passed. Another 6 months ahead of us!

Let’s enjoy every day. Summer is short and sweet here.

Happy Canada Day!

a person walking down a sidewalk in front of a building

Sunny, a storyteller and photographer in Québec City.

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