Hotel & Suites Le Dauphin Quebec
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Monday, September 21 – Riviere-du-Loup... With the end of our adventure looming on the horizon we breakfasted at the Ristorante and set off westward, crossing the remarkable eleven kilometer Confederation Bridge into New Brunswick, back up the Saint John River Valley (again to Garmi's dismay) and on to Riviere-du-Loup. We had booked the …
... serving all sorts of Quebecois delicacies. In the middle of a Wednesday, however the Table D’hotel menu gave us both a 3 course meal and beer for around $40. Susie finally got to try snails ( a little quick for the camera) whilst Matt’s soup was a good warmer to start. For main Matt had a slice of pie that contained a lot of animals, from what we remember Bison, Rabbit, Pork, Duck and something else, (not a Wrights pie). Susie’s salmon and prawn pie was less ...
... Jeux Vidéo that provided a history of video games. I found an exhibit on Haitian art particularly poignant as it was amazing to see such beauty come from such tragedy. It was also an insightful look into the Haitian-Quebec ties that, up until my visit, I had no idea existed. The museum was much bigger inside than it appeared on the outside and I managed to spend a good four hours exploring each exhibit. I certainly made the most of ...
... the guide would say “I hope / think you will enjoy it”. As he told us we WILL enjoy it I made sure both Jenny and I followed our guide’s instructions and enjoyed it! Haha. The tour took us all over the castle and inside a former powder magazine (built by the French) that is now a museum to the 22nd Regiment. The museum houses the former mascot of the regiment, a white goat called Batisse, who was given to the regiment by ...
... gives a brief weather report in both French and English - there is even a Soduko game on the back for those that need there morning brain stretch.
Easy walk to restaurants - technically anywhere is an easy walk to restaurants - they're everywhere. And across from the local market that had the most beautiful fruits and vegetables. Wish all hotels could be as ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking