Gite le Roupillon B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... in that camp). The canoes were really unsteady but we didn't mind as we were already soaking from the rain. Whilst canoeing the sun came out for a little bit though! Then it went back to pouring rain.
We went back to the hostel for the Happy Hour in the Hostel bar at 5pm (because there was really NOTHING else to do). We played some pool and tabletop football, had some Pints and killed time until dinner. For dinner Beth cooked us some chicken wrapped in bacon ...
... hungry black flies. The mosquitoes are bold and aggressive, no messing around, they go straight for the bite, landing on hands, in ears, nose, hair. I had forgotten to bring the insect repellent and we left without putting any on, we hadn't needed it elsewhere in Canada so far and had been lulled into a false sense of security. As such, and despite it being a sunny and warm day, both Kirsty and I were wearing our hoodies with ...
Left Ottawa at 8am this morning and arrived at Parc Omega at about 9.30 to board an open bus to explore the large nature reserve where we anticipated seeing buffalo,bears,deers,wolves and moose which we did although the moose was a bit shy so the photos are a bit dark.I have included just a few of the shots I took. After that excursion which was ...
After the excitement of the race had calmed down we headed out for a late lunch at Spag and Co, an Italian restaurant right on the finish line. It is now time to celebrate Fathers Day. We had a great lunch but also watched some amazing athletes cross the line. By this stage most of them were in the 60 to 64, 65 to 69, 70 to 74, 75 to 79 and 80 to 84 age groups. We struggled to work out how people can still be doing these events in these age ...
... as I am looking at the entrance and he has already gone through ( he tells me later) . I head back to the room for a bit and then back to the race action. The pros are coming in to transition so I head for the VIP stand and end up sitting behind the commentator ... Have a selfie with them and head off with Ty and Justine to try and catch the bike action. We see Royce whizz by , we yell with all our might bout I don't think he saw us again ! ...