Scène Bell, Take 2
Despite our unpleasant experience at Scène Bell on opening night of the the Summer Music Festival of Québec on Thursday night, we took our chances and returned on Friday to hear The Lumineers, an American folk rock band. Our assumption was that since this group didn't have the mononymous star power of Sting, the crowd might be more manageable. We were right!
Before the late-evening concert, Alison went on a relatively disappointing ghost tour of the Old City of Québec with our friends from Lexington. I was able to successfully anticipate the disappointment and chose not to join them.
Before the ghost tour, we had another wonderful dinner out, this one at a small restaurant on a side street off of Rue Saint Jean. I enjoyed a rare sandwich of smoked meats on gluten-free rye bread, while Alison similarly enjoyed her salad with smoked salmon and pears.
Before dinner, Alison shared her time between sewing and walks along the promenade. I continued to work from my small desk here in the corner, overlooking Rue Saint Louis.
A 14-year old boy and his dad perform on the promenade.
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