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Looking for places to visit in southern Quebec

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My sister and I are planning a trip to Quebec sometime this summer. We live in the southern half of Vermont, about 2 hours and 15 minutes from the US/Canada border. Both of us have recent passports, so hopefully getting over the border won't be a problem - but please tell me if you know of any potential difficulties we might run into!

So, I'm doing my research and trying to find out if there are any places near the Vermont border that would be nice to visit. We're not looking for anything fancy, and we won't be staying the night. The kind of things that would grab our attention would be small older towns, art galleries, museums - generally, things that are genuinely "Quebec" (aka not American).

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