In the afternoon, I took the cute little electric bus as close as I could to the Fine Art Museum. It dropped me near the Quebec Armory
From the Internet: The Quebec City Armouries (French: Manège militaire de Québec, or simply Manège militaire) was a Gothic Revival drill hall for the infantry regiment Les Voltigeurs de Québec in Quebec City, Canada. It was built between 1885 and 1888 and designed by architect Eugène-Étienne Taché. The armoury was destroyed by a fire on April 5, 2008 and all but a rear wall and turrets from the front door were destroyed
I walked through the Parc Jean D'arc to get to the museum.
|Flower Garden at Joan of Arc Park|
I returned along the Plains of Abraham with sweeping views of the river.
|The St. Lawrence River|
|Great new friends (L-R): Gil, Yvan, Lise, and Henriette|