The Great Canadian Road Trip: Part 13- Quebec City To Toronto

After checking out of Hotel 71 and having our car delivered by the valet, it was time to head home to Toronto. We didn’t take much picture taking on this last leg of our trip. But we did grab a few pictures on our way out of Quebec City with the Nikon COOLPIX W300 camera:

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The drive was a long one as we were tired after two weeks on the road. Thus took frequent breaks to make sure that we were alert. For the most part the drive was uneventful except for a couple of accidents that we passed, as well as a rainstorm that we passed through as we approached Toronto. Nine hours later, we were home in Toronto.

So after being on the road for two weeks, we can say that Canada is a country that you can’t see on a postcard. We tried to see and do as much as we could over the last two weeks, but we only scratched the surface. If we do something like this again, we could spend two weeks in any one of the five provinces that we passed through. That gives you an idea of what Canada has to offer. There’s a lot in this country that makes this place a great tourist destination for all. And taking a road trip like this allows you to see all of this in a way that you never would from an airplane.

If you’re in Canada, we really recommend taking a trip through Canada as you’ll have a ton of experiences to choose from. For those of you that are reading this travelogue from outside Canada, we encourage you to come and visit. It’s a place where there are not only a lot of diverse experiences on offer, but diversity and differences are celebrated.

Thanks for reading this travelogue and we look forward to posting the text and pictures from our next adventures.

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