Canada Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Canada activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Bad Credit Loans–{(www.longtermpaydayloansontario.ca)}
  2. 2 Trip Report Bad Credit Loans-$${(www.longtermpaydayloansontario.ca)}
  3. 3 Trip Report BrITISH COLUMBIA IN 4 DAYS
  4. 4 Banff - best route to visit these highlights
  5. 5 need accommodation suggestions for Banff and Jasper
  6. 6 Banff conference- 2 days to sightsee
  7. 7 Nova Scotia and Quebec
  8. 8 7 Day Trip to PEI and Cape Breton Islands with Vegetarian Options
  9. 9 Best Jasper Campground
  10. 10 Freedom of speech in reviews
  11. 11 RV trip Calgary to Vancouver
  12. 12 Car Rental from Montreal to Boston
  13. 13 Victoria in December
  14. 14 Aug or Sep Trip to Cape Breton
  15. 15 Opportunity for business loan
  16. 16 BEWARE! - CAR RENTAL NIGHTMARE! London, Ontario
  17. 17 Road trip from Minneapolis to Ontario.. suggestions for 91yr old
  18. 18 Nova Scotia - October
  19. 19 Smoke at Banff and Jasper?
  20. 20 Low Altitude Mountain Destinations
  21. 21 Trip Report Across Canada by Train
  22. 22 Mont Tremblant attractions
  23. 23 Victoria to Vancouver (best travel options)
  24. 24 Nova Scotia
  25. 25 Halifax/PE in 6 nights
View next 25 » Back to the top

Boston-montreal-quebec city-bostoon

Jump to last reply

I am trying to plan a road trip for 7-10 days in mid August from Boston with DH and two kids 5 and 1 year old. From reading the forum I am planning to go to Montreal first for 4 days as I understand it has more places to visit than Quebec city. I read that QC is smaller and more relaxed so think that it might be better to visit it when we are little exhausted from our M visit with two active kids. I am looking for recommendations for the following in each city:
1. Hotels with kitchenettes and parking
2. Kid friendly restaurants
3. Places to visit
4. Good shopping area (I want to squeeze that in)
5. Are 4 full days in M and 3 full days in QC sufficient to cover the major sight seeing places
6. Any other suggestions for traveling to Canada (our first time) with young kids are greatly welcome.

Many thanks.
SMTC

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement