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Planning a 2 week 'taste' of Canada

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We (myself, husband and 13 yr old son) are traveling to Quebec next July to catch up with an ex exchange student. We're from Australia but will fly into Montreal from London where we will stop first to visit our daughter.
We have no plans at all in Quebec except to catch up with our friend for 4 days. She is at university in Sherbrooke and we will pick her up there and travel to Chicoutimi and back for a few days to meet her parents.
Its a long way to go for 4 days so we're trying to plan a 2 week itinerary around this visit, flying back to London on the 21st July.
We have no particular interests- we just like exploring new places, especially ones that are different to home. Any ideas for a planning starting point would be welcome.

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