Comfort Inn Baie-Comeau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Baie Comeau
... day we'll be able to show them Sydney.
I wanted to see Quebec City again, from the other side, so along the local roads to the ferry terminal. Only the occasional tree hinting at changes to come. Into a ...
... to the lack of mobile phone reception, emergency phones are located at various intervals along the route. Think a satellite phone would be essential if you lived in this area.
Fermont, just over the border into Quebec, is totally french. Not a sign of english anywhere. With my basic french, managed to get a map ...
... light. I was able to shove the tent, inflatable pillow, Them-A-Rest, and the sleeping bag in the 30L duffel. My cloths, cameras and netbook/tablet in my 20L tail bag. That left the two side bags. I figure the stove and lantern, as well as everything that I might use at the campsite, including food in the right pannier, and rain gear, oil, chain lube, and everything else I might use for bike maintenance in the left pannier. This stuff adds up. Worse yet, ...
Baie-Comeau is another coastal port in Quebec and we were fortunate that it was pleasant dry weather for once. For some reason we had chosen to go on a tour called Manic 2, which was to a hydro-electric power station. The most enjoyable bit was the trip out to see it as we passed lots of lovely wooded areas in which the trees are starting to turn the lovely reds and browns of fall. Stefan enjoyed seeing all ...
... Baie-Comeau. The 200km of sealed road to Baie-Comeau is magnificent and a joy to ride. 100kph sweepers and hills are technical and rewarding so much so that I forget that I've been riding all day. In what seems no time at all I'm at the end of Route 389 South and back in civilization. I find the highway west and after a short ride spot a trail that leads off it and into a wooded spot at the edge of the St Laurence river. A good spot to set up camp camp for the ...