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Best time to travel to Montreal and Quebec City & other questions?

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We are planning a trip this year (2010) and can go anytime of the year, but we prefer warm weather but not blazing hot. What time of year are the prices for lodging cheaper and the crowds less?

We have an open schedule and the trip will be appx. 7 days. We will probably stay in Montreal 3 days and the remaining 4 in Quebec City.

We might rent a car to travel to the Charlevoix region - is it a good day trip?

Staying at the W Hotel in Montreal and are currently investigating small hotels or B&Bs for QC. On my list are J.A Moisan, Hotel les Coutellien, Hotel Maison du fort, Monoir Sur-le-Cap and A L'Augustine. Any comments as to which is better? We like quiet and extremely comfortable beds and good location (walking or using public transportation)

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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