Auberge Sur Mer
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... a New Zealand voice called Ben (Bin). But his comments and accent were a little irritating so I changed it to an Aussie called Ken. He is very polite and well spoken. We wanted to get to Rivierre du Loop, which is on the south side of the St Lawrence River, near the mouth. We had booked the night before through Expedia.com. After typing in the hotel address we noticed that the route had us crossing to the north side of the river at Quebec City. Fortunately this ...
... tartare but close and seafood curry with not a grain
of rice in sight - all delicious....see lots of tourists carrying lots of bags so think the shops are
Tuesday - impressed with the ferry Baie St Catherine to Tadoussac each trip we've made has had
several large highway transports some with trailers on board - although the limit is 62.5t I think
some must come close - as usual the ferry people are adept at ...
... boarded at Tadoussac. We did get to see lots of whales, the smaller Minke Whales, Beluga and Fin Whales (no spectacular jumping like Barb's recent sighting though). It was impossible to get a photo. The commentary was predominately in French, with the token English sentence so they could advertise as bilingual. Every now and then we would hear the commentator shout 'Minke Whale at 3 o'clock and everyone would cheer and ...
Fog at the end of the street, so no view to the bay. After breakfast, fog dissipated, off to Pointe de I'Islet to whale watch. Assorted black backs, spouts, but no belugas. Very pleasant just sitting, looking at the fjord, watching the tide roll out. Literally.
... with rips and currents always visible. Happily, none of this bothers the whales, who thrive on the mixing ecosystems. Fortunately, this area is now protected within the Saguenay-St Lawrence Marine Park, which also extends along the north shore of the St Lawrence.
The last room at Hotel Le Pionnier, right in the middle of town. Ambled ...