(left) Yummy fresh donuts at Tim Hortons. The cherry timbits were so good!
(right) Strolling around Old Quebec.
We tried poutine for the first time and the ones at Chez Ashton were really addictive. I'm going to miss these when I'm craving for comfort foods!
The cafe has a very comfortable atmosphere.
I don't know exactly what this is called but it was good. The outside was flaky and buttery like a croissant and the inside was a frangipane (almond custard) filling.
(left) How pretty is this store window? Love all the nutcrackers with their dessert-hats!
(right) I love how high up Le Chateau Frontenac is. The houses lining the street is so charming too.
We found these awesome macarons at Marche du Vieux-Port (a farmer's market in Lower Town). Aren't the colors amazing? They tasted great too. I am so inspired by them. I can't wait to make a vibrant batch of macarons now! Btw, we also bought locally made maple butter and apple butter at this market. (The vendor won us over with her delicious samples!) It's a fun place to go and see where the locals shop.
We stayed at Le Chateau Frontenac and were greeted with these beautiful flowers in the lobby everyday.