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... water. This place is close to the estuary of the St Lawrence river which starts off at 40 miles wide but its not quite that wide here as you can at least see the other side. Its ecosystem means that food here is abundant for lots of marine life in particular minke, beluga and occasionaly hump back whales. Along with porpoises and seals this should be a trip with some unique sights. We didnt have to wait long for the first ...
Taking a breather today from the driving and hanging out in Quebec City. Weather forecast said sunny intervals with temperatures around 25 degrees today so dressed in shorts and T shirt we headed out of the hotel into cloudy, windy weather with a temperature more like 11. No matter I soldiered on like a typical Brit with unswerving optimism that when the sun did appear I would be suitably dressed while all ...
... instructions. Easy to get into the apartment with a coded lock. Also, he had everything prepared. Notes, guides, maps, suggestions! So wonderful. The place was clean and tidy.
First thing to noticed about being here was that it was so old! The buildings were all touching and only two or three storeys high. Just street, sidewalk and building very close together.
We stayed in the lower part of town. There is ...
... Heading north up route 389, we passed all five Manic dams – not many camping spots next to the paved portion of the road. About 30km north of Manic 5 we found an old logging road leading to a campsite with a great view and lots of pre-cut firewood about 400m above the main gravel road. Drizzle started in the middle of the night and we awoke to another wet day which ...
... 1759, it was on the Plains of Abraham that the French were defeated and the surrender of Quebec(and later Montreal) led to British Canada. In the end the French thought is was better to side with the British than those Americans(who were fighting the British). The Plains of Abraham are now a beautiful parkland. The weather has been kind if not chilly. Not a drop of rain and the umbrella that David bought in New York sits in his backpack every ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility