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quebec city and wine route

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Hi, I recently posted about Vermont, Montreal and QC and thanks to all the helpful responses of the posters, I have decided to get a flight into and out of Montreal with short visits to QC and Vermont (to visit my nephew near Stowe).
Trip is 10/6-17:
My mom and I plan to fly into Montreal 10/6 and stay 3 nights, then sunday night will take the train to QC, and spend Sunday, monday (Canadian Thanksgiving day...oops) and Tuesday nights in QC, then rent a car Wednesday morning to visit the Eastern townships and the wine route. We plan to spend two nights in this region and I would LOVE suggestions on the cutest little villages to stay in and any B&Bs people can recommend. We are both very interested in wine tasting, the countryside and the small, picturesque villages.

There are also bus tours of the wine region but they leave from Montreal...Would it be better to just stay put in Montreal and do these day trips? Or should we stick with the plan of a car rental after a couple days in QC and explore the eastern townships and wineries by car?

I wish we could have more time to explore the wine region, but on Friday we will head into Vermont and visit my nephew, and explore this whole Stowe, Burlington area.

Thank you!!!!

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