Montreal & Quebec City: A Colourguide

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Formac Publishing Company Limited, Jan 1, 1999 - Travel - 208 pages
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Montreal and Quebec City are the most alluring and distinctive cities in Canada. Montreal offers cultural and artistic diversity; Quebec City is the bastion and cradle of French civilization in North America.

This guide will help you discover what's special about both cities. Local writers offer their inside knowledge of all the best places. There are chapters on top attractions, dining, shopping, nightlife, heritage and architecture, museums and even fortifications, all extensively illustrated with colour photos.

There are also chapters which take you to the most interesting areas to visit: Montreal's Ste-Catherine and Sherbrooke Streets, the lively St Laurent-St Denis area, Old Montreal and the Old Port. In Quebec, chapters take you around the Upper and Lower Towns. Excursions chapters highlight day trips you can take using Montreal or Quebec City as your starting point.

Extensive listings cover accommodation, dining, travel essentials, shopping, and more, both cities. With hundreds of colour photographs and many maps, this guide is both a keepsake and an indispensable companion on your stay in these appealing cities.

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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
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Old Montreal
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About the author (1999)

PAUL WATERS was raised in Cape Breton and has lived for many years in Montreal, where he works as a travel journalist for the city's English daily newspaper, the Montreal "Gazette".

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