Auberge Godefroy Hotel, Spa and Golf
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We had a leisurely day of driving through gorgeous Quebec today with an ever changing palate of fall colors. On the smaller highways, we wound our way through quaint little towns and chess-board like fields of pumpkins, corn and cabbage. Lots of milk cows and chicken farms, but the chickens operations didn't appear to have any free range, free roam or free will. They could not have been happy chickens like the signs were trying to show. Lots of organic milk ...
We decided to add a stop today and it was a short drive from Montreal to Trois-Riviers. It is the second oldest city in Quebec but it is not very large. The drive was picturesque, as usual, but we are now starting to see a hint of fall color in the leaves. We again noticed cathedrals everywhere. Does anyone know just how many Notre Dame churches/cathedrals there are in Canada? We ...
... down the road, where they use a four digit PIN and we were able to get some gorgeous new 20$ bills, that look like space age money compared to US currency. Now we are off to spend it and see the eastern provinces of Canada!
I can understand now why the people who moved from the east to the west had no consciousness at first of the need to conserve water, and did their best to make the west look like the lush green east where they came ...
... to see a little bit of this town--BIG MISTAKE. Town is about 5 miles off the highway. Just as we exited, we saw a sign for Starbucks . . . 2 kilometers and one exit further. Well, maybe we'll find a Starbucks in town!!
As we approached town, we ran into one construction mess after another. Then, as we approached the downtown square, we spotted a Starbucks--so we got coffees. And then, we got to enjoy them ...
I watched the gently failing light from my single seat. I recognized the rise and fall of the hills across the St. Lawrence as we entered Quebec. It was very beautiful to see the sunset across the water. I couldn't read the stops we made along the way because my eyes were fighting the twilight lighting, as all non nocturnal beings ...