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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

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