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12-10-2011, 02:27 AM #21Junior Member
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i've been in quebec city during the winter...
they like to have maple taffy poured on snow, let it solidify a bit, then roll it up with a popsicle stick and eat it...delicious!
stayed near the main street leading into the old city. ate at cosmos, went to chez dagobart (wicked club), poutine at ashton's, went to chateau frontenac, walked around the old city, lots of shops and restaurants.
very nice city in the winter.
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02-10-2012, 12:17 AM #24
Few questions, coming from an American, how good are poutines in your opinion? And also, did you have to pay to go to the F1 track? Everytime I pass by it's crowded so I never bothered going! (I can't believe I just made that public).http://www.youtube.com/mazzafiveonefour - My YouTube car channel
2002 Honda Civic
1957 Chevy Bel Air Restoration thread, click here: http://www.luxury4play.com/vintage-c...ml#post1988187
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10-11-2012, 05:54 PM #26Member
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I visited Montreal recently here is a quick re cap
Dunns has amazing smoked meat sandwiches
Climb mont royal (or take the bus) the view of the city from the top is amazing
Biodome is definately worth checking out and onyl costs like $18 per ticket. Lots of rare and exotic animals their
New city gas night club is good if you like huge venues and well known DJ's
The girls in Montreal are hotter than Toronto and people take alot more pride in their appearance than anywhere else I've ever been