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Quebec City
During the day the historic and cultural centre of Old Quebec provides a host of interesting museums, art galleries and architectural sights celebrating the city's rich colonial past and fervent independence. There is also a chocolate museum for the chocoholics.

You will find many tours on offer, by foot, bus,or riverboat tours. Outdoor concerts in Battlefield Park are popular at specific times of the year. In summer, the old port comes alive with street entertainers and musicians, several summer festivals. The winter carnival every February includes dramatic longboat race through the ice floes of the St Lawrence.

Night time brings alfresco dining at pavement cafes and restaurants. The are many varied bars catering for different interests escpecially lively jazz clubs and cabarets. Metropolitan area offers array of theatres, 1 or 2 nightclubs and cinemas showing French and English language films, shows and concerts.

A Strong French influence has resulted in a gastronomic experience unmatched anywhere in N America. Huge choice of chic bistros, restaurants and pavement cafes that wouldn't look out of place in central Paris, fine gourmet and a la carte restaurantsoffering various ethnic European, Asian, American, vegetarian and seafood options. One revolving restaurant in hotel. Fast-food and sandwich outlets or French style patisseries.

Skiing and snowmobiling opportunities from December to April at Quebec Province's largest ski area, Mont Sainte Anne (26 miles North East of centre) or at Stoneham (20 miles NorthWest).