Auberge Godefroy Hotel, Spa and Golf
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What a lucky girl I have been, My friends Catherine and Jean-Luc were visiting Quebec few weeks ago and they dropped this little hint L'ile d'Orleans, so big thank you to both.
It was paradise probably for the first french settlers but for our party as well.
This little island in the middle Saint Laurent river has it all, the colors. the old houses, the maple syrup farming, the deer apples, the ...
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At Levis we hit the autoroute what a difference - yikes very busy and lots of trucks definitely a well used thoroughfare from east to further east!
We night in Drummondville - looks like another great day weather wise
Bit nervous about the autoroutes into and past Montreal - I think I have the directions correct first 20, then 30 then 40 then......417!! that sounds familiar!!
... br> We had met them in the car park of Walmart @ Thunder Bay.
They were kind enough to give us their contact details together with an open invitation to their home.
We feel very honoured and a privleaged to have been accepted as fellow travellers and citizens of this big and beautiful planet.
After so much ...
We had breakfast at the hotel and started our trek home at 10:30 am. It's been a different kind of holiday, cold ,damp and muddy weather but together as a loving family. Staying mostly indoors, with warm clothes and rubber boots was the theme for the week. This week will go down as one of our most unique holidays. Lunch today -chez Timmy . Finally home at 6:30pm to hot muggy weather in beautiful St Hubert . Home Sweet ...
... rivers flowing into the Fleuve Saint-Laurent. In fact, there is only one river (Saint-Maurice) that is separated by delta islands into three streams flowing into the Saint Lawrence. That is my factoid for today! No blog tomorrow, since we are at sea - actually, we are in the Gulf of St. Lawrence most of the day - as we chug towards Corner ...