Auberge De La Rive

Address: 165 chemin Ste-Anne, Sorel, Quebec, J3P 6J7, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 165 chemin Ste-Anne, Sorel.
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    Travel Blogs from Sorel

    Half Way Home

    A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    We are staying in Sorel one more night. This is our most northern point of the trip. It is not a pretty area, but it is a good location to begin the southward direction on the Richelieu Canal. Our day was spent cleaning, working on the ...


    A travel blog entry by rustypro on Sep 18, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... once more. Very quickly we came upon Ottowa whish was a bit of a culture shock having spent a few days in the woods to see a big ciity again but we passed through having seen the main bits and continued on to Montreal. Some people regard stepping onto the pitch at the SOL, Wembley or ,the truly desperate, Old Trafford (only kidding Dave ;) ) as one of their boyhood dream moments. For me its formula 1 circuits. Getting a glimpse of one is good enough but ...

    Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring again...

    A travel blog entry by jen_and_andre on May 08, 2007

    31 photos

    Well, it's been a while... thought we'd post some news and photos before a whole 'nother year goes by! Since June of last year? Eva and I spent July and August in Upstate New York with lots of family and friends. Andre managed to work from there one day a week and commuted back and forth to Montreal for the other four. He took a week off and we all went canoe camping for a few days in the Adirondacks. That sounds very remote, but in fact, we were only an hour ...

    The new memorial day

    A travel blog entry by kasparzzzzzzz on Sep 11, 2006

    ... floor, cleaned out the attic, primed the kitchen for painting and a few other things as well. I went for dinner with Andrew Ramsay and his girlfriend on wednesday which was nice but never heard back from him again. His loss. Friday I explored downtown Montreal after finding the Polish Embassy was already closed. I was hoping to get a quickie citizenship from them ...


    A travel blog entry by ainel on Sep 06, 2005

    4 photos

    ... was rather disappointing. It had been changed quite a lot, it had a concrete floor, a lot of missing seating and a permanent roof... and a 45 degree angled tower The most impressive building had to be what is now the Biodome. This was used for all the cycling events during the Olympics and was built in the shape of a cycle helmet. It is now an environmental museum and it was interesting to see. Back downtown, its easy to get ...