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Author: Gregory Gallagher,Encompass Graphics
ISBN: 0756600332
Subcategory: Canada
Pages 128 pages
Publisher DK Eyewitness Travel (February 16, 2004)
Language English
Category: Travel
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 712
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eBook Top 10 Montreal and Quebec City (Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guides) download

by Gregory Gallagher,Encompass Graphics


I have used Top Ten guides for Paris, Vienna, and St Petersburg, and although I always use them as an. .

I have used Top Ten guides for Paris, Vienna, and St Petersburg, and although I always use them as an accompaniment to other guides, I felt that the Montreal Quebec City guide was thinner and contained less content than these other books

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From the top 10 festivals to the top 10 places to eat, shop and sleep this guide will lead you straight to the very best Montréal and Québec City have to.Top 10 Montreal & Quebec City (EYEWITNESS TOP 10 TRAVEL GUIDE).

From the top 10 festivals to the top 10 places to eat, shop and sleep this guide will lead you straight to the very best Montréal and Québec City have to offer. From the top 10 festivals to the top 10 places to eat, shop and sleep ­ this guide will lead you straight to the very best Montréal and Québec City have to offer. Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guides.

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Eyewitness Travel Guides - Montreal and Quebec City. Bought this for our trip to Montreal this April. LOVED the book and the guides. We used it for visiting the Olympic Village, Insect habitat and St. Joseph's Oratory. Easy to read directions and great highlights. Part of the Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guides Series). by Gregory Gallagher.

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Gregory B. Gallagher. DK Eyewitness "Montreal & Quebec City: Top 10" divides Montreal & Quebec City into five districts, covering the centre of the cities and surrounding areas and shows you the very best that Montreal & Quebec city have to offer. Be it the Top 10 Summer festivals in Montreal, the most fun places for children, the historic sights in old Quebec, or the charming streets and squares, the restaurant and cafes, the liveliest bars and clubs and the best hotels for every budget, the top places of natural beauty, "Montreal and Quebec: Top 10" guide has.

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From the top 10 festivals to the top 10 places to eat, shop and sleep ­ this guide will lead you straight to the very best Montréal and Québec City have to offer.
Renthadral
We have used many of the full edition Eyewitness Travel guides as our main references for over 10 years. Our first use of the abbreviated Top 10 Montreal and Quebec was a waste of money! Their attempt at categorization of sites, activities, and food lumped both cities under the same category! Therefore, while in one city, the information was littered with things from the other city. Extremely illogical organization left the book basically unusable as a travel guide while in either city. The editor may have seen this as saving replication at the tab level, but whenever a page was turned, the information was for the other city - useless, since most of us have not mastered the ability to be in two places at the same time. Therefore it did not present any help while actually touring either city.
Gldasiy
The Eyewitness Travel Guides reliably deliver the most pertinent information and selected tourist sites that are especially helpful to the traveler making a first visit – and a short stay – at a new destination. This guide to Montreal and Quebec City provides just that. The book is compact, easy to carry about and consult, and offers enough tips and directions to get you started. Well-written with an adequate number of photos, the guide is a great source in itself, and it becomes even more useful in accompaniment with online travel sites.

For longer visits to different locations, I sometimes take one of the Eyewitness series books as well as a guide that is more in-depth with more history provided along with cultural and social contexts. It’s often difficult to find publication dates with travel guides, but obviously the more recent edition you can find, the better. For my recent ten-day visit to Montreal this combination worked well, and I was happy to be carrying this guide.
Topmen
This guide book is filled with colorful pictures and list top-10 tourist spots in Montreal and Quebec, it almost list top-10 tourist spots, dining, shopping, night life etc in different sections of the cities. Overall it's an excellent guide book to accompany one's trip to Monteral/Quebec.

The only problem is after visiting some of the top-10 spots I find myself disagreeing with the choice of the author. While some interesting spots were left out of given less attention. Some information is also outdated or incorrect, such as museum opening hours.

For example, while the cross on Mount Royal has historical significance, the steel structure itself is unimpressive and I doubt whether it's worth walking half-way through Mount-Royal Park just to see the cross.

Another example is the Museum of French America in Quebec city, which houses many interesting exhibits but it wasn't even mentioned in the guide.

Apart from tourists spots, I also find myself disagreeing with some top-10 restaurants picks. For example, the Alphenaus restaurant (in downtown Montreal) recommended by the guide is located in a kind-of-run-down neighbourhood and AAA only gives it 2 diamonds. There are some good picks though, like Le Latini in Montreal.

One last glitch about this travel guide is the inclusion of some seemingly irrelevant information. While it's good to know about Celine Dion or the separatist movement, I'm not sure how useful that information is to my trip.

Summary:

The good:

Clear, concise, numbered list of tourist attractions, restaurants, etc. Also some travel tips. Most attractions lists are show on mini-map and nearest metro station, which makes the job of finding that attraction/restaurant a lot easier.

The bad:

some out-dated information, some top-10 picks questionable

The bottomline:

This is an excellent guide to accompany anyone travelling to Montreal/Quebec city
Anayalore
The PLUS: 5 Stars!
The guide takes a pyramidal approach to the sights of your destination. So you slowly can work yourself through the areas that really interest you by easily skipping things you would not want to see or visit at all.
It also makes it easy to find the things that are important to you because the descriptions are small enough and pictures further make it easy to attract your interest or pass things by.

The MINUS: 4 Stars!
The good about the Maps is that they are there at all and also that there is an index of some streets.
The contained foldout maps though helpful when there is nothing else at all are not my favorite because they are quite small and are more an overview to identify the area where something is to be found on a better more detailed map. The same maps as the foldouts are also on a separate map that is detachable. This is a good idea but they are way to small and hard to read especially in dim light and in an awkward format to be really useful. - When available, I rather get a local map from the tourist office and transfer my destinations to it.

SUMMARY: 5 Stars!
This guide is an extremely useful sightseeing guide and small enough to be carried with you all the time for quick reference. It also allows you to choose the amount of detail you want to follow for the town: top 10 Highlights - top 10 to each highlight - top ten to some general categories like museums, bars, hotels, restaurants, shopping, and also some specific categories just for this destination like historic sights in old Quebec or places of natural beauty.
Just watch out for one quirky approach of this specific TOP 10 guide: the top ten list contains sights for BOTH cities. Listing the top tens for each city individually would have been a better choice because they are too far apart to visit them together and mix their top 10s.
Insider tips or as they call the sections: "Street smart" round up this little guide. The maps are OK but could be improved. The deficiency of the maps though should not detract from the overall usefulness of this guide for your destination. This is true for a first time visitor with limited or all kinds of time and also for the return visitor, who wants to to repeat some destinations in more detail or avoid the same old top ten but venture out into new territory.