Lonely Planet Montreal

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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 234 pages
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Lonely Planet offers the best way to explore Montreal, from the historic centre to mountainous Parc du Mont Royal and all points in between. Visitors will benefit from the insider knowledge from writers passionate about this town. They'll get the scoop on nightlife like cool jazz and wacky film festivals as well as extensive local advice on the top food spots, trendy bars and best-value accommodations. Walking tours reveal the unique culture and history of one of Canada's most exciting cities.

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About the author (2004)

Gray is a Louisiana Native. He studied German literature in the wilds of Texas before moving to Mainz, Germary on a scholarship in 1984. He stayed to teach English, translate and file plumbing orders for the US Air Force. later he took a master's degree in international relations at Canterbury and became a journalist in bustling Woking, Surrey. Much of the 1990s were spent in scenic frankfurt, alternating stints at wire services, newspapers and television. He upped stakes in 198 to freelance for the Financial Times in the Netherlands and, as a reminder of the better things in life, for Lonely Plant.

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