|Subject: Re: Honeymoon in Canada|
I like Quebec City but there is more to do in Montreal. Good food in Quebec City and a couple of museums and quaint streets. Montreal is lively, many interesting neighbourhoods, cultural amenities, good food. If you like to be active, you could rent a bike and cycle along the Lachine Canal.
We stayed in July for two nights at Auberge Bonaparte in Old Montreal. Very nice room with nice architectural detail and in a great area but our base price room was not luxurious - rooms with more amenities are available. Good restaurant. Parking down the street but not included. Friendly service. http://www.aubergebonaparte.com/
We read a newspaper article about Auberge Les Passants du Sans Soucy but it was all booked up. It is a little cheaper than the Bonaparte. http://www.lesanssoucy.com/
You might like to check out Hotel Place D'Armes: http://www.hotelplacedarmes.com/
If you want to stay in the centre of the city rather than by the waterfront, friends recommend Best Western Europa.
When in Tremblant be sure to book dinner at Le Cheval de Jade. Fabulous food, great service. This small restaurant is in St. Jovite, just a short drive from Tremblant. I will be dining there again in the beginning of October and looking forward to it. http://www.chevaldejade.com/
Frances Toronto, Canada