Auberge des 21
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... Is a very Catholic area. In the old days if you were not Catholic you had to be buried outside the walks of the city.
we went to the highest peak, Abrahams Plains, simply stunning. Did you know with horse monuments, if the horse has one leg up that solder didn't die, two legs up and he did. Four legs up he has been drinking!!
everyone is multi lingual, they slip into French or English no worries, they are now spending 15 percent of school time teaching the kids ...
... rating from five to four stars due to the trail selection. We return by the more traditional trail. We walk to the local microbrewery for beer and lunch. I have smoked meat sandwich which is similar to corned beef. We then go in the car across the river to Saint Rose du Nord a small village of 450 people. This village is inside the national park. There are blue and beluga ...
... need paint, probably due to the harsh winters. There are hundreds of motorcycles on the road, all the bikers wave as we pass by. I've never seen so many of the Can Am three wheelers. We have seen several hundred of them every day! Lee and I plan on riding to Tadoussac, a small town at the confluence of the Saguenay River Fjord and the St Lawrence. And to the national park named for the Fjord. The road ends at a ferry here to take vehicles from side ...
May 15 - We docked in Saguenay this morning where we were greeted on arrival by about 30 people in period costume, chanting and waving. Went for an hour drive to the National Park followed by an hour hiking. Beautiful scenery, steep incline but a bit much for some travellers who had difficulty on the way down, one fell but only broke a fingernail. May 16 - We landed in Quebec. What a beautiful city, Chateau Frontenac dominates ...
... odorless drug that intoxicated everyone with happiness and we caught it very quickly. Patriarche was this small, almost unnoticeable restaurant tucked away on Rue Saint Stanislas. We walked through the stone entryway and were greeted by countless awards and certificates, including the 5 Diamond AAA plaque. Including the 5 Diamond AAA plaque. Just wanted to make sure you read that correctly. The lighting was romantic and the room was cozy. We sat by a fireplace ...