Comfort Inn Riviere-Du-Loup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It's Hanson blogging from Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec. Our first week of September started in Montreal. Deciding to stay there for two nights we spent a day wandering around new and old Montreal. In the modern part of town, we spent a couple hours in a place called the bio-dome.
In bio-dome, there were 5 ecosystems in different climates ...
... he opts to book in for the last zodiac ride. He really wants to see that blue whale. I drop him off at the harbour and I go back up to town and sit in Cafe Boheme with my macair munching on a nom nom chocolate and banana muffin while sipping a bowl of hot chocolate. I relax and search for things to do in our upcoming Italy trip. Time passes quite quickly and I soon have to pick up my beloved from his trip.
I get to the dock and I see a red nosed Hinesh in his red rain coat. ...
... old areas and most of the city is criss-crossd with cycle trails. The campsite we are staying at has bikes that campers can borrow without a charge. This evening we cycled along a very posh road with houses straight out of an episode of "Grand Designs", they overlooked the river and one even had a garage with picture windows with a seaview.
Getting huge whippy icecreams, in the evening has become a bit of a habit on this holiday. The whippy theme started in Iceland ...
... the trial). So we traipsed through some very tall bushes and marshy grass with Jim leading the way. Once we got through that mess I think we all said a silent prayer that we didn't come across a bear! But sadly Jim sacrificed the feathers off his walking stick as he hacked his way through the brush. Once we cleared that obstacle (I told you there were a few of those) we needed to find a way back up to the hiking trail we took in. We could ...
After a comfortable night at the hotel and a good lunch we were back on the road. Leaving Riv. du Loup traffic was light but once we got to the Quebec City merges toward the bridge it was a different story, according to the news the there was an incident that caused a 5 hour 25 km back up. Thank goodness we were not going that way. Next stop - the Vet to pick up little Chester and rest in our own ...