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Quebec drive east of Montreal

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Hello and thanks in advance for any suggestions you might offer.

I am planning to drive from roughly the Montreal area to Moncton, New Brunswick in late March (driving in Canada, via Riviere Du Loup).

I have been advised to spend a night or two in Quebec City and expect to get plenty of it's flavor in so doing. I don't speak any French but I'll manage.

What I'd like to know is what other points of interest I should consider making time for as I drive to the northeast from Montreal and around the top of Maine?

PS - I'm well-versed on the Fundy tides, the tidal bore, and the Flower Pot rocks, etc. once I get to Moncton and beyond. My main area of uncertainty is eastern Quebec and northern NB. Even a website covering this area would be helpful, but I don't know French so I fear not knowing how to ask for it on a search engine.

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