Hotel Belle Plage
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... up the mountain and then down the other side and then you have to get back to where you parked which means back up the mountain and down the otherside. The terrain was hard, the views were magnificent and my calves were killing me. It was maybe 5degreesCelsius outside so it was a fun game of taking off layers while we were going up the mountain, stopping for breaks and having our sweat freeze to put layers back on, and then taking layers back off when trudging down ...
Day started out sunny and we hit rain at 4 pm near Matane, a very french town on coast Gaspe. Found a lovely B & B for the night. And walked into town to local pub to sample the local beer and pizza. The drive along the Gaspe is beautiful, every small village and town has an enormous Catholic Church and they all ring there bells on the hour, reminds me of Europe. Everyone speaks some English and if not we use our Tarzan french( very primitive with the game of charades in ...
... a really small town and in winter there isn't much things to do to be honest so we woke up, got a breakfast at TH and went shopping at WM for the Boxing day, we needed a blender and found one at a great price and now we are all set :)
Now it's time to leave and try to reach Gaspé ...
... the campsite so you can see water from almost every site! Lots of full time and long term trailers here! Huge open areas with playgrounds everywhere, ideal spot for families with kids!
- Tomorrow we leave Quebec and head to New Brunswick. Some Quebec observations.
o By far the most expensive gas at $1.45
o Can usually find someone to help in English in service places but you have ...
... long narrow fields running down to the river, the feeling of early Canadian history of canoes and fur traders, river boat pilots and sailing boats bringing immigrants to settle the new land, and Anne Hebert’s classic Quebecois novel “Kamouraska”, the world famous wood carvers at Mont Port Joli, and the unusual rock formations at La Pocatiere, erratic boulders left over from receding glaciers in the last ice age.