Auberge Des Iles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Des Iles Saint-Gedeon
Travel Blogs from Saint-Gedeon
... the sun came out. To the strains of Ave Maria we slowly floated by and then the snow flurries started. It was really a beautiful sight with the white Madonna shining in the sun with the snow swirling by. The Captain then did a 360 turn so that the people on the other side of the ship would also get a good view of the Madonna. The Saguenay River although quite deep, freezes over in the winter.
We will anchor in La Baie in HaHa Bay ...
... won a kind of lottery to take part in an alligator hunting trip in Forida I think it was, and was very excited and a little worried about it. A friend of his had already done it and he proudly showed me a pic of his mate holding up a dead alligator. He likes hunting and keeps deer in his fridge. However, he and his mother would not eat horse. Anyway, we got a beer from the shop nearby and then the cavalry arrived. The 2nd driver had a nap as his cohort took the reins.
Since my last entry, we have been to Boston--Mass, Bar Harbor--Maine and several cities in Canada.
The Canadian destinations that we have seen so far are
Saint John, (Bay of Fundy), New Brunswick
... I get very nervous about heights, and I'm in living fear of falling and breaking something, now that my balance is less than perfect. We tipped him well!
After a shower we had a drink in our cabin before dining in the Main Dining Room (MDR), where I enjoyed soft-shelled crab as an appetizer. Both of us chose the prime rib for the main course, which was excellent.
We're booth looking forward to a sea day (river day?) tomorrow...
... Baddek, a very small town is famous for being the home of Alexander Graham Bell who invented much more than the telephone. Unfortunately his house is rarely open but a museum was in the town, but it wasn't very interesting. Fortunately, the drive there and back was scenic. 14th May- Sailing the Saint Lawrence River. Awoke today to find the weather had turned Arctic and even tho it was sunny, a freezing breeze blew through the ship every time a door ...