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Travel Blogs from Lac-Simon
We went to the works and had a burger because i'd been looking forward to it for just too long! Again it was so good, but was just a precursor for the fun we were about to have today! We were going back to Park Omega, the place with all of the Canadian wildlife.
Obviously when I came here last time, it was winter, so all of the bears were hibernating, so without a doubt this is what I wanted to see! But they are at the end ...
We are staying one night at a marina associated with a famous resort called Le Chateau Montebello. It is on the Ottawa River half way between Ottawa and Montreal. It took us 4 hours in the pouring rain to get here but it was an easy cruise down the river. We have taken advantage of the fancy facilities here such as a giant indoor pool, spa, walking trails, restaurant and bar. This is not a bad way to spend the rest of a rainy ...
... Blale and Kat tried the maple beer - it wasn't too bad, with just a hint of maple flavouring at the end. Next thing we know the owner comes out with half a pie... yes you guessed it - Maple Pie! It was hard to fit it in, but we all managed haha. It certainly was deliscious.
Sadly we didn't get to meet 'Lou Lou' the wolf who lives at the shack she is on another farm for the time being.
We had a tour of the maple farm learning about how the syrup is made. ...
... 3000 feet would be, depending on how much more we climbed, to a BC girl who has seen the Rockies and more. The route through the part of the Laurentians that we took today was quite beautiful and the deciduous trees were such a lovely fresh green. We pondered how beautiful this drive would be in the fall. Past small villages and many lakes and ski hills the autoroute continued. We stopped in the City of ...
Yesterday saw us headed to Montebello and our hotel is known as the largest log cabin so am looking forward to seeing it. Sure hope my room is bigger than the postage stamp I was staying in here in Ottawa. Ottawa is a beautiful city split down the middle by a canal that runs for 202 miles. There are even rapids in the middle of the city.
In case you haven't guessed I am having a sensational time and met ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility