The Streets of Old Québec City

August 13th, 2012

Last week, we were on vacation on a whirlwind trip to New York City and then a road trip north across the border to two places we’ve always dreamed of visiting, Montréal and Québec City.  We loved both!

After visiting, I have discovered Québec City to be one of the most beautiful and charming places in all of North America.  (Pics from Montréal next week).  Québec City is so European in feel and flavor, we absolutely loved our days spent roaming the winding brick and cobblestone streets.  It’s one of those places where if you allow yourself to wander, around every bend you discover something new and completely enchanting.

 

We spent most of our time in the old part of town which is filled with colorful homes and small hotels with European flair, the architecture featuring dormers, lanterns, and window boxes aplenty.

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Meander down the streets and you’ll find block after block of historic buildings, restaurants, and shops to explore.

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Sunday Reading

August 12th, 2012

Hello friends, just popping in to share some of the latest articles I’ve written over at BH&G, I hope you enjoy the recent posts, click on the buttons below to read them.

 

Also, there are two fantastic books recently released, take a peek at my reviews of Color: The Complete Guide for your Home and New Cottage Style, both welcome additions to the collection of design books on my bookshelf, filled with many inspirational images and plenty of helpful decorating advice.

Finally, some technical news, if you happen to love an image you see over on the Centsational Style blog, hover over it with your mouse and you’ll see the new “Pin it” button appear to make it easy for you to save the image or article to your Pinboards!

Oooooh, fancy!

That’s all for today folks, I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend,

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