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Lesbian Travel Guide - Part 3

The Morning AfterThe Morning After Like Mardi Gras with a twist, gay and lesbian circuit parties are a great way to give your budget travel plans a 180 degree spin. But that's why you travel, right?

Hiking Spa Vacation

Love to Hike?Love to Hike?I love hiking with unabashed passion, but not while I'm trying to drown myself in indulgence. When I go to the spa, I want to get sweaty because I'm wrapped in mud...

Montmorency Falls - Quebec

Montmorency Falls, QuebecMontmorency Falls, QuebecParc de la Chute-Montmorency. Montmorency Falls, discovered by Samuel de Champlain in 1613, were once the playground for a long list of dignitaries and royalty. The road to being a popular tourist...

Gambrinus Restaurant

Gambrinus RestaurantGambrinus RestaurantIt's hard to find fault with Quebecois restaurants, and Gambrinus is no exception. The wine list plays second fiddle only to the bread, which is like manna from heaven. And their onion soup is a hearty rival to Aux Anciens Canadiens.

Aux Anciens Canadiens

Aux Anciens CanadiensAux Anciens CanadiensTraditional Quebec cuisine in a rustic setting. Smack in the middle of La Belle Province sits the oldest home in the country (1677) and a surprisingly fair-priced restaurant. But don't count on typical menu items - caribou and maple syrup define many of the dishes...

Chateau Frontenac

Chateau FrontenacChateau FrontenacRoutine kills desire faster than an empty wine cooler. My answer: Get outta town. Looking across the St. Lawrence River, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is as far from routine as Nickelodeon is from a sexy Botticeli nude...

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