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... time for all of us to become part of the show. We were given wooden spoons and shown some 'Deb Spoons Perry' moves. None of us were budding spoons players, but we had a go. Then it was time for the dancing! Pete was keen to get up as we though it would be like 'Mucky Duck Dancing'. Sure enough it was and we enjoyed 10 minutes of dancing as a group. Interesting the capacity of some to remember a few moves!
Back on the bus ...
... sight looking down on the falls. Some people were walking on the ice below and from where we were they looked to be very close to the edge of the ice. Too close for comfort as far as we were concerned!
Joe navigated us to our next hotel in the old part of QC and once again we enjoyed a cocktail at the bar before heading off to eat (again!) At that restaurant I caused some laughter as when I went to go to the loo I was faced with two choices....and ...
... an active regiment today.
It was raining on the 3rd day so we drove around Orleans Island, it is considered one of the oldest populated areas dating back to 1535. It was like travelling back in time, small stone houses & rural farms selling their own produce. We picked up fresh strawberries, stopped at the popular Les Fromage for some unpasteurized cheese & goats cheese, we had to line- ...
... stone wall and cannons on top. It is pretty impressive.
Sat on a bench looking over the River Lawrence as we had our morning tea watching the herd of tour buses coming and going. It is so nice not to be one of them and just sit here watching the world go by and not be in a mad hurry to take photos and videos in the allotted time you are given. Went over to the Pavilion for shade and listened to one of the Tour Guides ...
... cheese! What a surprise, a girl from Yorkshire who likes chips and gravy! Poutine is not my thing! From here we explored the lower town, walked around to the Farmers Market and onto the supermarket for some shopping for dinner. A quiet night in as we were both a little tired after our 18 hours on a train.
The following day we walked up to the Plains of Abraham, a famous battle field which saw the British army see off the French who owned Quebec ...
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