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Old 06-07-2014, 08:39 AM   #1
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doing our 1st long range road trip since retiring. Looking for advice on border crossing in Port Huron I94/I69 going into ON, and advice on camping in Montreal and Quebec City. We've never been to those two cities before, and looking for good sites that are close to urban city cores, but also other things/places we should consider going to (ie. whale watching in Quebec).

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Old 06-07-2014, 09:27 AM   #2
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Did that trip last year. Quebec my favorite. Stayed at Aloquetta camp outside Montreal. Took cab or public transportation. Traffic is bad in Quebec or Montreal. . Try to stay in one that has shuttle service. Public transportation is good in cities but frustrating trying to get into city. We did love the areas. Be sure and go to Botanical Gardens in Montreal.

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All I can say is I don't think the Blue Water Bridge Authority accepts credit cards. You pay before crossing, both ways. Have your camera ready. The view to the north as you cross the bridge is spectacular. Can't remember for sure, but I think there is a Tom Edison museum or something akin beneath bridge on US side and a state park campground north on MI 25. Bob T
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