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Montreal and Quebec City for Christmas Holidays

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Hi!

I'm considering spending 3 days in both Montreal and Quebec City, maybe 2 in Montreal and 1 in Quebec City. Coming from Toronto possibly from 26th to 28th Dec. Want to take the 'cheap' route for this trip. Have a few questions?

1) Apart from Via Rail or Greyhound buses, are there any other 'cheap' options for getting to Toronto to Montreal, and then also from Montreal to Quebec City?

Haven't yet decided the route.....i.e. TO to Montreal then Quebec City and back to TO, or other way around. Suspect it shouldn't make a difference.

2) Any suggestions of 'cheaper' hotels or motels to stay in both Montreal and Quebec City?

3) I won't be having a car. So, is it worthwhile going to Quebec City? What is public transport like there?

Thanks,

Gtrekker2003

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