Auberge des Commandants

Address: 104, boul. Gerard-D.-Levesque, Gaspe, Quebec, G0C 1Z0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 104, boul. Gerard-D.-Levesque, Gaspe.
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    Travel Blogs from Gaspe

    The scenic coastal route to Caraquet, N.B.

    A travel blog entry by klbrown on Sep 28, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... We also took a day drive trip through Shipagan, Lameque,we learned about the peat bog industry in the area. The peat bogs are a beautiful red at this time of year. The peat is harvested with large combine-type machines and is a thriving industry here. The peat is used as peat moss, With some difficulty We did manage to find a Poissonerrie - fish store - where we bought ...

    The Tip of Quebec

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Sep 20, 2014

    6 photos

    After a great night under the stars we drove along the Gaspe coastline. It's a beautiful drive filled with cliffs and crashing ocean waves. We passed a few Westys along the way and stopped at some nice roadside lookouts to enjoy the air. Right before Gaspe we explored Parc National du Forillon. We took a 5km hike up to a wonderful lookout that showed us the town of Gaspe coastline. We did some yoga at the lookout to stretch our muscles and enjoy the ...

    Driving to New Brunswick

    A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Sep 19, 2014

    6 photos

    Sept. 18th

    We had a relaxing morning at the campsite and then did a short walk before we were on the road at 11:30. Again we decided to take a route along the river rather than the freeway. It was a longer route, time wise, but that was what we wanted. It went through quite a few small towns which we would have bypassed, and we had many beautiful views of the St. Lawrence. The river is very wide at this point and it was often difficult to see the other side. ...

    Au Revior Quebec

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Aug 26, 2014

    8 photos

    We woke up around 2 am, hearing what I at first thought was wind, but turned out to be waves lapping at the rocky shore just below our front wheels. By the time we got out of bed a few hours later we saw the tidal zone exposed again. One last walk and photo shoot along the tide pools, then off to New Brunswick and points south.

    We cut across the Gaspe Peninsula through what is the northern most portion of the Appalachian Mountains. At Campbellton, New ...

    Jill's confused meltdown to Bathurst New Brunswick

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Sep 30, 2013

    8 photos

    ... river boardwalk took some photos then walked around the town before heading out to Pointe-au-Pere for lunch and to look at the submarine at the Historial Maritime Museum. We were lucky enough to see two military helicopters take off near the submarine. Tourist attraction here with the Onondaga submarine, the 33m lighthouse with Keepers Cottage and other old buildings plus Museum where you hear the stories and memories of people who ...

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