Taking my wife and two young children to Quebec City in late February. What do I have to do and see while I'm there (besides freeze my ass off)? Any great food that isn't hideously expensive?
I don't have much to add except Quebec City is one of the most interesting places I've traveled. Historically it's beautiful and very unique. I'm sure your family will love it.
But seriously, I've been to Quebec in February and I didn't know it was possible to be so cold.
>wife and two young children
Quebec City is by far the best city in Quebec (with the exception of Saguenay), Montreal is a completely overrated crumbling shithole in comparison.
2 hings I'd recommend are
1.Chateau Frotenac + the river boardwalk view, it's great in Summer but if you can stand the cold its fantastic in winter.
2.Musee de la civilization is quite good, I'd skip beaux-arts though, it was underwhelming when I went