How you reckon I convince Clancy that our next vacation needs to be to Quebec?

Without mentioning the real reason as to why?

Unfortunately, I let it slip when I recommended New Orleans (See #4) and now I’m not sure if I’ll ever convince her to go…

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4 Responses to The “To Die For” North American Tour

  1. Peter says:

    I actually had poutine a few times when I was a teen, there being many people from Quebec in the city where I lived. It’s definitely on the gross side. You probably have to have grown up eating it regularly to like it.

  2. David Alexander says:

    Despite visiting Canada and having cousins in poutine land, I’ve yet to experience said delicacy…

    Regardless, Quebéc City is downright beautiful, and it’s a small quaint, beautiful city with some European charm*, and outside of the city, one can find Île d’Orléans which features beautiful bucolic landscapes.

    Besides, it’s only two hours away from Montreal. 🙂

    *French people who emigrate from France used to view Quebéc as a French haven in a sea of Anglo-Saxons. They tend to return back to France viewing Quebec as a Francophone United States…

  3. Webmaster says:

    Wait, I thought Clancy reads this blog?

  4. trumwill says:

    Wait, I thought Clancy reads this blog?

    Great. now you tell me!

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