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Travel Blogs from Lac-Megantic
Today besides the waterfall we went to see the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre. Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists and pilgrims visit this impressive Romanesque cathedral, with its five naves, magnificent mosaics and some 240 stained glass windows.
What a beautiful catherdral. It was awesome!!
We took a nice ride to see the Montmorency Falls. The falls are over 240 ft high and 150 ft wide. They say this waterfall is a little over 90 ft higher than Niagara Falls. I love waterfalls and the power they put out. This one didn't let me down. ...
... a lot of tourists and people enjoying the area. Old Quebec is filled with lots of tourist shops, street performers and restaurants. But what makes the area unique is the very old buildings. Suzanne and I did a lot of walking, enjoyed eating lunch at an outdoor cafe and seeing all the old buildings.
Tomorrow we go and see a waterfall that is over 90 ft taller than Niagara Falls. That should be something!!
... border. While setting up our tent a seaplane surprised us by landing in the little river 20ft away from us. Normal no?
The following morning we were woken by an impressive electrical storm that had us thinking our tent would either be struck down, blown away or completely flooded. Luckily none of the above ...
... gated community in rural Maine, but have all the creature comforts
of home. We ate, drank, shopped, ate,
drank, rode ATVs (fun once Denise released her death grip), ate, drank, and
toured Moosehead Lake on the USS
Katahdin. Saw plenty of wildlife: moose,
deer, loons, partridge, turkeys, chipmunks.
It was a wonderful visit.