Comfort Inn Baie-Comeau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Baie Comeau
... night. The last time I saw stars that beautiful was in the Outback and we were on the other side of the world, so to see MY stars, stars that I had been looking at my whole life, so clear was fascinating. We may have seen the subtle distant glow of the Northern Lights as well but I will reserve my Northern Light seeing for when I get to experience the full blown thing. We slept fantastically as the wind rocked our ...
... 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 ...
The weeks leading up to departure were a bit stressful. I have read a few stories of people who have cross the TLH. These stories range from an easy crossings with no issues on street bikes, to multiple punctures, and even a medical airlift out of Goose Bay for one poor soul. The province of NFLD will issue you a satellite phone for emergencies (that you can drop of at the other end) free of charge. You would be foolish not to take advantage of this. I found ...
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 ...
My lake side camping spot was scenic but led to a chilly night. I'm awake at 6:30 to see the sun rise over the mist covered lake. By 8 im ready to leave and make the very cold morning ride towards Labrador City. Note to self - don't worry with early starts, they are too cold! My fingers are freezing even with the bar heaters on. There isn't a cloud in the sky and I'm waiting for the sun to warm me. By mid morning it's warmer and I've completed the final 250km of ...