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Quebec City Honeymoon

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My fiancee and I are planning to go to Quebec City this October after our wedding. We are both in our mid twenties and are not looking for a party or anything of that sort. I was wondering if I could get any suggestions of places to go or places to stay. We hope to just do a lot of roaming around and finding whatever happens across our path, but it would be nice to have a few things on our must list. Just kind of flooded with information at the moment and would be nice to get some filtered responses. Thank you very much for your time in assisting us!


Also is it worth while to rent a car and travel north into Charlevoix for whale watching and just a day or two away from the city? Is October too late to see whales? I was thinking maybe 4 days in Quebec city 2 up north and then one day back in the city before flying home.

Blake

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