We went to the cemetery where 100+ victims are buried & stayed there quite a while.
Next we went to the museum where we had a guided tour & some free time. Because we had time left our guide took us to the public garden which was really beautiful,assorted Dahlias were in bloom & ducks were diving in the stream.
We drove around Portland a bit, stopped at the lighthouse for a while then headed to Kennebunkport which has some lovely homes & buildings. We had a couple of hours to spend there. I got a lobster roll from the Crab Shack who had won best one from "Food Wars". It was good but pricy at $16.95
Quebec City is a beautiful old,charming piece of North America & the only walled city. We stayed at Auberge St Pierre in lower town the night after our cruise & really loved it for it's ambiance, location (walking distance to the ship) & food. The desk clerk was very helpful too. We booked a tour there that took us to Montmorency Falls, a chocolate place, a bread & maple butter place on Ile d'Orleans, then a copper business that prepared us for the fine work the owner had done on Ste Anne de Beaupre Basilica. This was a lovely tour that cost about $50.
The clerk at the hotel recommended a bistro which was Cafe le St Malo which was like being in Paris. The food & ambiance was very good.
There's a lot more to do in Quebec City but this was not our first time there.