The lady and I are taking a trip up to Montreal and Quebec City later this month, just to spend some time away and do some stuff. I've been to Montreal a number of times, but always just to see shows, and I'm usually drunk the entire time I'm there, so I haven't seen a lot of the city (especially during the day). I've never been to Quebec City, except when passing by it. Any suggestions on places to do? We're looking for museums, parks (not that there'd be much greenery at the end of April/early May), nice restaurants, anything like that. Not so much interested in bars or anything of that ilk, since I've done that lots of times, and it's not necessarily her bag, nor the sort of stuff we'll be there for. Our only places in Montreal right now are the BioDome and the Eaton Center. Everything else is fair game. We'll be in Montreal for 4 days, and Quebec for 3. If it helps, we'll be staying at the Marriott in both cities (girlfriend's sister works for them, so sweet discounts on rooms). She speaks French fluently (her first language), so communication is a non-issue. Thanks!