After being in Quebec city for 5 days, we got used to the icy sidewalks. Considering there's so much ice in Quebec, I was surprised hardly any sanding was done, but that was only in the beginning. Since we went to Terrasse Dufferin on the last day of being in Quebec, it wasn't much of a surprise. However it was still annoying to walk on.
The walk was rather beautiful and you could easily go back and forth from the Plains of Abraham and the Chateau Frontenac. There was also a wonderful view of the breaking ice and the ferry going to and from Levis. Closer to the Frontenac, there was a tourist tobogganing place where people came down this hill with an amazing speed. It was a thrill ride. We didn't try it because there was a fee but we could tell others had a great time.
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