Frommer's Guide to Montreal and Quebec City.

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Macmillan Publishers Limited, 1998 - Travel - 274 pages
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With the American dollar continuing strong against the Canadian, Montreal and Quebec are sure to remain two of the best-loved (and most-visited) Canadian cities. Over 1 million people attend Quebec City's International Summer Festival in July and approximately 9 million visitors traveled to Montreal in 1997. This brand-new edition from Frommer's is packed with dozens of new restaurant reviews, and all the details on what to see and do.

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Contents

Introducing Montreal Quebec City
1
Famous Quebecers
9
Recommended Books Films Recordings
15
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Paul Karr (chapters 2, 3, 11-13, and appendix) is also the author of "Frommer's Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island; Frommer's Portable Maine Coast; Frommer's Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine" and "Frommer's Canada." He has edited Frommer's guides to The Bahamas, Jamaica, London, Paris, San Antonio, and San Francisco; edited and updated Irreverent Guides to Rome, Vancouver, and Seattle; and authored "Vancouver & Victoria For Dummies."

Herbert Bailey Livesey (chapters 8-10) is a native New Yorker and a former NYU administrator. After leaving his career in higher education, he worked briefly as an artist before devoting himself to writing full time. He is the author of several travel guides, nine books on education and sociology, and a novel.

Marie Morris (chapters 4 and 5) is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Harvard, where she studied history. She has worked for the "New York Times, Boston" magazine, and the "Boston Herald," and is also the author of "Frommer's Boston," She lives in Boston.

Laura M. Reckford (chapters 6 and 7) is a writer and editor who lives on Cape Cod. Formerly the managing editor "of Cape Cod Life Magazine," she has also been on the editorial staffs of "Good Housekeeping Magazine" and "Entertainment Weekly,

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