Montreal and Quebec City

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Lonely Planet, 2010 - Travel - 288 pages
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Discover Montreal & Quebec City
Work off your lobster risotto by dancing after-hours on the bar of the city's hottest restaurant
Go wild in a toy store that carries everything from miniature pink ghetto blasters to a fashion doll wings
Feel the cool spray wash over you on an adrenaline-charged rafting ride down the Lachline Rapids
Lose yourself in the narrow streets of a captivating old quarter
In This Guide:
Two authors, 46 days of in-city research, 20 detailed maps, countless "poutine" eaten
Expanded coverage of Quebec City, inside and outside the walls
Dedicated Drinking and Nightlife chapters help you paint the town "rouge"

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A Hoosier by birth, Regis St Louis grew up in a sleepy town where he dreamed of big-city intrigue nd small, expensive apartments. He settled in New York, which had all that and more, in 2001. He currently lives in Chelsea and is a full-time travel writer. Based in Montreal and New York, Simona Rabinovitch gallavants around the world writing about pop culture, travel, arts and entertainment for brands like the Globe & Mail, Nylon, Lonely Planet, Spinner and SPIN. She also acts, dabbles in TV and is writing her first book.http://fivestargypsy.blogspot.com

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