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We didn't have access to Internet last night so tonight's blog will include both days. Yesterday we traveled all the way down the fjord to Tadoussac with out seeing any whales. It was a beautiful day and we got in before dark and picked up a private mooring. We called the owner and offered to pay for a nights mooring but he told ...
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The Vessel (M/V Bella Desgagnés) (160 berths; 63 cabins):
... the center of the town. I took pictures and they are posted here. Interestingly, they each have twin steeples! Traffic was light and the services reasonable spaced.
Our room was as we requested, on the first floor. The hotel was right on the waterfront. I got our bags on a cart and wheeled it inside. As I returned to park the car, our friends, Gene & Janette pulled up in their vehicle. ...
Today was such a good travel day. We left New Brunswick and took the scenic route along the coast and then along the St Lawrence. It was so worth it, less traffic and amazing scenery. Pulled into 3 Pistoles Campground around 4:30. Huge campground and very busy but the gave us a great spot at the end of the row. There was a cool rocky beach area. Nobody spoke English, except one girl at reception spoke a ...
... Escoumins where we were catching the 8.45pm ferry across to Trios-Pistoles. The weather turned really ****** and it started to rain and the fog came in, but the crossing was really calm and the hour and a half went by fast enough. There was only our car and 4 others on the ferry, and more crew then there were passengers. We were driving off at 10.20pm and carried on along until we found a rest stop just just before the town of Le ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet