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Selling for a lower price than any similar guidebook, and deliberately limited to a short 256 pages, this EasyGuide is an exercise in creating easily-absorbed travel information. It emphasizes the authentic experiences in each destination:the most important attractions, the classic method of approaching a particular destination; the best choices for accommodations and mealSelling for a lower price than any similar guidebook, and deliberately limited to a short 256 pages, this EasyGuide is an exercise in creating easily-absorbed travel information. It emphasizes the authentic experiences in each destination:the most important attractions, the classic method of approaching a particular destination; the best choices for accommodations and meals; the best ways to maximize the enjoyment of your stay. Because it is "quick to read, light to carry", it is called an "EasyGuide", and reflects Arthur Frommer's lifetime of experience in presenting clear and concise travel advice....

Title : Frommer's EasyGuide to Montreal and Quebec City 2014
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ISBN : 9781628870183
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 224 Pages
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Frommer's EasyGuide to Montreal and Quebec City 2014 Reviews

  • E G
    2019-06-09 13:40

    Helpful - and even prompted me to change my hotel choice!

  • Steven Peterson
    2019-06-08 19:38

    This is a lightweight and brief guide to seeing Montreal and Quebec City. Oddly enough, that fact represents the strength and weakness of this volume.I did not know that this was a rather brief guide when I ordered it (I can't blame Frommer's for that!). I had wanted a longer, more detailed version.But, at that, this is still a useful volume. The next time that I visit Montreal, this book will still be useful. It nicely describes recommended restaurants in various areas of the city--ranked by price. For instance, Downtown features expensive venues such as Europea (French). Moderately priced restaurants include Beaver Hall (with the same chef as Europea!) and Brasserie T. Inexpensive? A breakfast spot called (I love it!) Eggspectation or Java U (near Concordia University).One of the things I like to do when visiting a city is to take local tours. I would look forward to a boat tour--and one can see information about that on pages 91-92 and a land tour (such as the Gray Line tour).Just so with Quebec City.All in all, despite its brevity, it should serve me well. . . .

  • Fullfaun Faun
    2019-06-11 21:20

    The great little gems that it tells me about the sites the tables and chairs to sit at to view special things.