Frommer's Montreal & Quebec City 2008 by Leslie Brokaw

By Leslie Brokaw

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As of this writing, a passport is only required for air travel. S. gov. See “Entry Requirements” on p. 11. Highway distances and speed limits are given in kilometers (km) in Canada. The speed limit on the autoroutes (limitedaccess highways) is 100kmph (62 mph). In the unlikely event you are stopped, there is a stiff penalty for not wearing seatbelts. Passengers must buckle up in the back seat as well as in the driver’s and passenger’s seats up front. And if you possess a radar detector, it can be confiscated, even if it isn’t connected, and you can be fined.

Residents. ie), an Irelandbased specialist in student, youth, and independent travel. com) sells package trips to students and young adults. ; and Hartford, Conn. SINGLE TRAVELERS Many people prefer traveling alone, and for independent travelers, solo journeys offer infinite opportunities to explore a place deeply, meet locals, and even make friends. The most frequent problem for solo travelers can be feelings of isolation, especially on Friday and Saturday nights, when everyone else seems to be out and about in numbers divisible by two.

Tourism offices can often exchange money or point you to a place that will. S. , ATMs in French are called GABs, or guichet automatique bancaire. They are found in most of the same places—outside or inside bank branches—but also at other locations, including, no surprise, the province’s new casinos. Look for signs reading GUICHET AUTOMATIQUE or SERVICES AUTOMATISES. Note: PINs (personal identification numbers) can only be four digits at many ATMs in Canada. If your PIN has more numbers, change it before departing.

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