For those who have never taken a family vacation outside the US, a trip to Québec's city of Montréal with tweens will feel like a visit to a truly foreign country. Signs and websites are bilingual in French and English, and when you stop at a gas station even the men who look like lumberjacks speak in a foreign tongue. Thankfully, nearly everyone speaks English as well as French. Unlike traveling to exorbitant Paris, the exchange rate in Canada to the U.S. dollar is now about par.
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