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Travel itenarary question

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My family and I are travelling to Canada in September for 19 days. We made the following itenarary:
- Toronto: 5 days including niagara falls and flight time from Europe
- Midland/ Georgian Bay: 2 days
- Algonquin park: 2 days
- Ottawa: 2 days
- Mont Tremblant: 2 days
- Quebec city: 2 days
- Montreal: 4 days including return flight to Amsterdam

could someone help me with the following questions:
1. Does this itenarary make sense or is it too much in a limited amount of time?
2. Quebec City is a bit out of the way from the rest of the trip. is it really worth it or could it be missed?
3. is there any suggegtion where to go on this route (nature) which I did not mention?

Your help is much appreciated!

Kind regards,
Mark

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