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... and enjoyed a popsicle in the park land at the top. After sipping fine French wine and soaking in the hot tub we headed out to catch a performance at the Jazz Festival, a battle of the bands, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and The Glenn Miller Orchestra traded the spotlight as they performed their classics. After the show ended we headed out into the rest of the festival where bands and performers littered the city streets. We dined outside while one band was finishing their act ...
Kitchener, not far away from Toronto,
a town with its own charm and culture.
Conrad Center For Performing Arts
... to come into the park. What the @#$%!?!?! This place is just getting worse and worse. Candace yelled at them in French and I was wanting to do some real damage to the place. Back at the RV I met the rest of the family. We all got in her car and drove about 15 min. to a restaurant to discuss how bad this campground was and how much I was not impressed with Quebec so far.
We ended up at this place called Baton Rouge which was a Canadian style American restaurant. It was nice ...
... to melt and wasn’t safe. They did however have a smaller area next to the lake where you could skate for free.
Put our skates on and spent a good hour practicing our skills! I even managed to try a little crossover on the corners. There were a lot of people there, but we were pleasantly surprised that we were not the worst there, and were actually rather good considering!
We decided we should try out the sledding before it ...
... later than we’d planned to head out. Once Dad had sorted his hat-or-no-hat dilemma we headed back towards the Berri-Uqam station in search of the next train going to Old Montreal, but as it was a little past rush hour the wait was slightly longer than usual. No dramas ensued with doors or bags and we were soon at Place D’Arms walking past what I thought was a bar full of men but turned out to the mess room at the fire station; if they ...
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