1. What a perfect way to enjoy the city, lady! It looks like you got some much needed R & R and got to have a perfect adventure. And to be totally honest, I don’t really feel like I’ve properly been on vacation until I’ve gotten to go on an eating tour (either planned or self-fueled) of the city – there are just too many specialties to try!

  2. Sara

    Fabulous! So much fun to see all the wonderful food and drinks that you tried, and to see photos of your trip. Great posts.

  3. Judy

    Looks wonderful, I enjoyed going along with you… Hope you are well rested and ready to begin the next phase.


  4. Sortilege! I haven’t seen that since my last trip to Montreal in 1995! Great stuff. Is it available in the US?

    Love the photos. Quebec is always good fun!


  5. Kelly

    Is it sad that I am terribly excited to see a food blogger visiting Canada?! It doesn’t happen too often! Looks like you had a fabulous time enjoying the food!

    • Why wouldn’t someone visit Canada for the food??? I’ve only been to Montreal, Vancouver, and Vancouver Island, but all of my food experiences there were excellent! Vancouver alone is a food lover’s paradise, especially if you like Asian cuisine. We were lucky enough to eat at Vij’s, which is profiled on so many travel shows. They definitely live up to the hype!

    • I think less people visit Montreal and Quebec City than other places because it’s very expensive to fly there from the US and it’s only convenient to drive if you live in the North. But, the food was awesome and I’ll def. be recommending both cities to foodies in the future!!!!

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