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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
you really need to see the french quarter. its sooo cute. the whole town really feels like you are back in mainland europe.
mush better than the to often mentioned montreal.
this is much more inrtimate.

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Levis, Quebec, Canada
You can have a pleasent walk in the earth of Vieux-Lévis, directly upon arriving from the Québec-Lévis ferry. When there, don't miss the Chocolaterie (Chocolate shop) located on 32, Bégin avenue. On the Québec-Lévis ferry, you also have the opportunity to see the Château Frontenac in all its splendor.
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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Men walking at night in the old city when its snowing it's just plain magical. Try the Cochon dingue restaurant in the lower part of the old city or le cafe de la paix for a true taste of French cuisine.
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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Try Poutine... French fries with a special sauce and "squeaky" cheese. It's a traditional dish for the area and it is really yummy!
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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Visit le petit champlain et stay at the chateau de frontenac!
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Charlesbourg, Quebec, Canada
Not much to see since they closed the zoo, its basically a subburb to Quebec but you are very close to beautiful nature and the picturesque Laurentides, drive north a bit
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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
If you can't speak fluent french, take a phrase book; you're going to need it.
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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
French "savoir vivre"! Please speak french, while in Quebec City and pay with canadian dollars! (not USD...) The view over the St-Lawrence river is great from the chateau Frontenac. The old town invites you for a little "promenade". The artists in upper town do sell very nice images and when the weather is bad, have a look at the museum.
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Quebec, Quebec, Canada
order a poutine here....but make sure its made with real cheese curds!
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Sainte-Foy, Quebec, Canada
If you're desperate for the Mall experience, there are three, side by side, totalling more than 600 stores, on boul. Laurier. Laurier Québec, the biggest one (350+ stores), Place Sainte-Foy has about 175, and Place de la Cité, in between the other two, more than 100.
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