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We walked across the street from the chocolate shop and took advantage of the tide being out by walking along the rocky seashore. There is a walking tour at the street level called Promenade Horatio-Walker, with interpretative panels, but we didn’t feel like walking the...More
This promenade named after the great Canadian painter, Horatio Walker, is a leisurely walk through time. His home and studio are there. The views out onto the St. LAwrence are breath-taking. Now, I know why he chose this place to live and paint.
The Horatio Walker Promenade is simply a wide road that hugs the water as you either walk, ride or drive. It passes the home of the famous Canadian artist too. Did you know that this artist's work fetched prices as high as Rembrandt in the...More
The Promenade Horatio Walker offers a peaceful stroll and different views of Quebec, along with a nice fresh breeze from the St. Lawrence River.
Personally, as we did, I would recommend grabbing ice cream and/or chocolates at the Chocolaterie d'Ile d'Orleans, and taking a walk...More