I thought it would be hard to beat upper town, but lower town was wicked cool as well. Whereas the top was a story of the layers of French, British, and Canadian history, lower town was distinctly French. There are parts of the town that could very easily pass for a European town two hundred years ago. In fact, the Quebec and Canadian governments have tried exceptionally hard to keep it this way, to the point of rebuilding certian areas exactly as they stood centuries ago.
After the tour their was some free time for a bit of shopping - these fidget spinners are popular among the boys! Don't be surprised if your sons come back with one or twelve!
Dinner was at an Italian restaurant in lower town, with spaghetti or lasagne options, fresh warm rolls, and a delectable maple cake for dessert. Oh, I checked: there's vitamin C in tomatoes, so it looks like we're still protected from scurvy!
Now we head back to the hotel for an hour to freshen up before our epic bowling tournament this evening!