When we are visiting a new city, we like to see the city through locals’ eyes. I think that’s why we choose to explore the city on our feet usually with little or no directions.
We never carry a GPS or other hard or soft Geo-locating tools and almost always manage to get a close-to-accurate cognitive map of the area we are visiting within first couple of hours of roaming around.
A tasty part of the adventure, of course, is to try new restaurants and cafes. By experience, we know in order to get a moderately-priced and good-quality treat, we should avoid touristic districts.
For daily fuel though, we do some more planning when visiting a new city. We search for artisan coffee shops/espresso bars and prepare a list of them (if any) to check during our visit.
In the past Christmas holiday, we visited the French Canada. We have tried a couple of coffee shops/espresso bars in Quebec city and a few more in Montreal.
Here, I am writing about “pourquoi pas” espresso bar, which served us the best cup of cappuccino during our visit to the French Canada.
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