Comfort Inn & Suites Saint-Nicolas
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... that looped back. At the summit of the trail there was a terrific view of the Laurentian Mountains; spectacular. We got back to the van and decided to drive to mile marker 3 where we could get information about renting some canoes or kayaks to be on the river for a bit. We decided to get two canoes, and all had life jackets. The water was smooth and calm and we paddled up stream about 1 km. We beached the boats on a mid-river island and all swam in the cool, clear ...
We all slept much better and tearing down camp was not near as painful as it was in the 90 degrees and scorching sun of Maine. Once we got everything packed up we headed back to Parc des Chutes for a picnic lunch and our longer hike. We ended up spending a lot more time than we had planned, mainly because we stopped a lot along the path. I decided we could never conquer any type of lengthy hike because ...
... here! Laughed a lot, we've all watched rhis funny youtube video and have coined a few phrases that we keep using, very amusing. Currently cooking a mean looking communal curry after a trip to the supermarket with Guillaume. The plan is to eat and then head to the festival! Had a yummy meal followed by yoghurt and maple syrup, then made our way to one of the open air stages and watched a reggae band. By the time we got back it was neary midnight and time for ...
... saw the Parliament Building and fountain and headed to the quaint little shopping streets which had cobbled roads and shuttered houses, this was where was saw the narrowest house in Canada which is in a street called Donnaconne. It's only 12ft (3.7meters) wide. It really doesn't feel like we're in Canada yet, Quebec is very small and we had walked the majority of it by lunchtime so found a nice little spot to eat our packed lunch. We set ...
... safe and uneventful trip. No pictures as I haven't figured that one out yet - tomorrow.
Special love to the McKenzies and MacLeods; we miss you and are hoping you enjoy your holiday Monday.
Tomorrow, we are heading to Kingston to catch up with Liz, Brent and Christopher, and will be in Whitby on Tuesday afternoon.
PS Just heard our first train - we're on the main line between Montreal and Quebec City - should be a nice quiet night!!