Quality Suites Mont Sainte Anne
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Travel Blogs from Sainte Anne de Beaupre
Days on Road: 6 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 5,725km
Km travelled by car: 1,610km
Provinces visited: 5 (5 to go!)
Kilometres walked: LOTS! Should have used a pedometer
New Wildlife sightings:
Big Groundhog, not sure what species of marmot this was
but it was BIG so calling it a Groundhog!
When we arrived at the campground in Beauport, 7km from ...
... back. When I got off the bus I walked a different way back to the hotel, just to see something new. Then the rain started. By the time I got back it was pouring. The weather had been kinda strange tho. For most if the day it was pretty cold, but about 3 I think the wind changed direction and it warmed up, the wind was even warm. I found it strange for this time of year. Quiet evening back at the hotel, watching some strange documentaries at the moment. I think indeed to change the ...
... s friend, is completely bilingual but seems to prefer swear words in English... Both Remi and Eric are keen to improve their English so I envisage spending some time helping them. Especially as Remi says he has found the afternoon quite boring sometimes, as from 1 to 7ish there isn't normally work to do and there's not much in the local area. Intend to make the most of the time by running/ walking and working on my French, but it does ...
... Mike's it's a block and a half away he tells us as we headed up the remaining few stairs to street level and were met with a wall of water, drops the size of quarters and very large puddles! (Good thing that I was talked into buying a rain poncho ;) ~ t) After waiting for a few min for it to slow and watching another family make a run for the hotel where Starbucks might still be open to wait out what should be a short storm as its raining far too heavily to ...
... out how to get them working (we'd only been waiting 40 mins!!). Don't think our brains were quite in gear that early on so we all promised to keep it as 'our little secret'. After our showers we packed up camp while Casey went into town and picked up some cider doughnuts for breakfast, it was still raining as we set off for the Canadian border. We drove for a couple of hours through the Vermont countryside which was full of little farms with big red barns and houses ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking