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Old 08-25-2016, 10:27 PM   #15
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Thanks, folks. We love to wander around QC just because it is so exotic for us. Like an old Europe city without the hassle of flying. Plenty of small restaurants and bistros.

The countryside is lovely and the people friendly. We are looking forward to our trip.

Should I bring you a Smithfield ham, Papa?

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If you do I will make buttermilk biscuit but seriously if you ever are in tne Montreal area PM me and I will gladly be your tour guide.
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Lots to see in Quebec. Old Quebec city is a must. Don't let the language thing bother you, it won't be a problem. Last week of July and the first week of August is high season for tourism and very difficult to find camp sites. The fall colours are amazing.
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Old 08-27-2016, 09:49 AM   #17
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Papa, I see that there is a provincial park in the middle of the river at Montreal. I'm sure spaces are scarce, but if a space could be had, what would you think of camping there? Safe, suitable, fun?

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Old 08-28-2016, 06:03 AM   #18
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Papa, I see that there is a provincial park in the middle of the river at Montreal. I'm sure spaces are scarce, but if a space could be had, what would you think of camping there? Safe, suitable, fun?

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If you are talking about the parc des iles de Boucherville , i think there is only 15 spaces and it looks like a parking lot more then anything but it would be totally safe and only 5 minutes away from a tunnel taking you to the actual island of Montreal.
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