Montreal and Quebec City

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Formac Publishing Company Limited, 2002 - Travel - 208 pages
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Visitors who enjoy experiencing cultural and heritage attractions are finding new reasons to visit Montreal every year, with the result that the city is a preeminent destination for Canadians, Americans and Europeans alike. This new edition offers updated and extended coverage and new visuals of the city's museums, galleries, heritage sites, parks and gardens. Like others in the series, this book also offers recommendations for accommodations, events, places to eat, places to shop, and places to relax. Written entirely by knowledgeable Montrealers, this books gives readers the benefit of local know-how. This 2002 revision is fully updated, and the listings section provides all available website addresses for travelers who like to plan their visits using the web.The cultural lives of Montreal and Quebec City are presented in sections on heritage and architecture, museums, galleries, dining, festivals and events. The guide also describes the different and distinct sections of each city, for example, Old Montreal, the St-Laurent area and Downtown, and in Quebec City, Lower Town and Upper Town.Maps are included in this very portable format that fits most purses, pockets and backpacks. Full color photographs accompany an entertaining and informative text.

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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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