|Nick taking a photo of his big drink!|
take you to Historic Royal Battery Park.
DRINK UP! During one of our dinners with Nick and Mike, Nick ordered a drink and when it was served he just had to take a picture of it. It was quite big, and he said it was good. You'll have to ask him what it was. He took a picture of it to remember it, so I took a picture of him taking the picture.
|Rob's sketch of a Battery Cannon|
|The cannons in the Royal Battery|
WHERE IS IT? The battery was located in the lower town at the river edge and armed with 10 cannons. It was destroyed during the British attack in 1759.
WHAT HAPPENED TO IT AFTER 1759? With the end of the French and Indian War the battery was no longer necessary and it was overbuilt with waterfront buildings.There are now 5 cannons surrounded by a rebuilt wall that mark the Royal Battery's location facing the St. Lawrence River.
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