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Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Montréal is a city of 4,000 restaurants (also known as 'restos' for short) serving the cuisine of 80 countries, where appetites of all ages are indulged.  Visit these restaurants with the family and learn why the city has won AAA's "Gastronomic Capital of the World" title many times.  From hotdogs to burgers to French cuisine, here are Family Travel Forum's "resto" picks.Chez...

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Quebec Calls Filmmakers to the Slopes

When my husband David Gil executive-produced Snow Board Academy at the Chantecler (888/916-1616) in St. Adele, Quebec, about an hour from Montreal, I fell in love with the area. The film starred comedian Jim Varney and snowboarder Corey Haim, and is about a ski resort that...

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Our Time in Canada

Around the start of August 2009, I had my girlfriend from England over at my home. We had planned on making a trip to Toronto in order to take a tour of Nelvana Studio, a well-known Canadian animation company. Before we could do that, we had to get into Canada first. Customs wasn't too bad on the way through - just a checking of the passports - but we had a bit of trouble afterwards: We...

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The Most Amazing Place In the US

I have traveled across most of the United States and have had the chance to see many of the spectacular sights that it has to offer. I am the passenger on my boyfriend's truck that travels from coast to coast. Although there are some truly beautiful places, one of them stands out the most in my memory: Niagara Falls. I used to think that this place was just overrated and never really understood...

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Traveling to Montreal

Montreal is a great city and it attracts thousands of visitors each and every day! People come into the city by flight, car and even train. However, a large sum of the visitors comes in by flight. For those coming in by flight; hotel accommodations are not a problem at all. The main airport for Montreal is known by, "Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport". Montreal is a great city and it...

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Custom Itinerary – Nova Scotia Driving Trip

Q - Sara H of Weston, MA inquires: We need help in planning a trip to Nova Scotia for 5 days in late August with our 11 and 13-year-olds. We'd like to explore what is unique to this region; don't like things that are "touristy" and are interested in touring, easy hiking and biking, and a pool.A - Upon your...

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Ontario, Canada Country Hotels And Resorts

The lush countryside north of Toronto boasts major manor houses for family getaways that are the prestigious luxury inns of Canada's Cottage Country .The lush countryside north of Toronto boasts major manor houses for family getaways that are the prestigious luxury inns of Canada's Cottage Country . Ontario Country Resorts for Family Reunions Ontario's Lake District has been...

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Moncton, New Brunswick

Take the family to eastern Canada's New Brunswick region for history, outdoor explorations, kid-friendly activities and lots of lobster. Among the Atlantic Provinces in Canada, New Brunswick has always been a bit of a mystery to me. I have flown over it many times, rode the train through its northern, central and southern reaches and driven through it, yet never spent any actual time...

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Kid Suites At International Family Resorts

Some popular family hotels and resorts in Canada, Mexico, Europe and Asia boast large family suites whose decor and amenities have been designed with kids in mind. Between June and September 2009, Family Travel Forum's consulting division, FTFc, interviewed all the properties noted in its original report, "Kids...

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Montreal Avec Les Enfants

Explore Montreal, Canada by water and land with a few tips from Family Travel Forum.Montréal, a small, vibrant island city on the banks of Canada's St. Lawrence River, boasts a smattering of Renaissance architecture, towering Gothic cathedrals, chic sidewalk cafes and a quaint Old Town of narrow cobblestone lanes. By carefully cultivating vestiges of its France-dominated history, it has...

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