BEST WESTERN Hotel St. Bernard
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Road Trip. And what a road trip this will be. I will be leaving the morning of June 20th for a 5 week road trip. Me my son Jamie and my parents are going to hop in to their 30' RV and make our way across North America to the land of the midnight sun, the last frontier, Alaska. I have been working on this trip for the past year and it is time now to start ...
... went to follow the 138 for some miles which at times was the Chemin du Roy again. Lunch was a stop on Lac St-Pierre and then shortly after we hit the 40 autoroute to make some time getting to Montreal as neither of us was looking forward to the traffic. We crossed the St. Lawrence through the tunnel avoiding most of the city and arrived at St-Constant where we will stay a few nights.
We began our last set of 9 locks for Part 1 of the Little Loop this morning. There were 8 locks in the first mile and the last lock a few miles farther. They were a lot of work! Especially the first three. The locks filled through gates in the doors, which shot the water in faster than any lock we have been in.
We saw why the guidebooks said to let other boats go first so you can be at the back of ...
This around Montreal Island was a fun; OK; not so good; HOT HUMID weather type of trip...something that I wouldn't do again but glad I did it...their is a lot of traffic and lots of stop signs, especially on Blvd LaSalle west of the island and it's something that is very annoying after a few hours. The scenery isn't that great as their are lots of industries along the golf of St Laurent to the south and la rivere Des Prairies to the ...
... After indulging in such a lovely repast, we wandered through the rest of the museum's offerings: the trains! The Exporail offers a great variety of locomotives, freight cars, passenger cars, as well as specialty cars. There are many vehicles that rode on rails here that are not trains, such as streetcars, and even an Oldsmobile, modyfied for rail travel, used to inspect the rails. A lot of the vehicles are open to the public, so ...