Days Inn Ste-Helene-de-Bagot
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We are staying in Sorel one more night. This is our most northern point of the trip. It is not a pretty area, but it is a good location to begin the southward direction on the Richelieu Canal. Our day was spent cleaning, working on the ...
The 42 nautical mile run from Montreal to Sorel was easy and smooth...but we had to dodge or stay out of the way of the big container ships. There are three busy ports in this area for these big boys. Sorel appears to be a town to serve the shipping industry. ...
We have done a bit more travelling recently but one thing is for sure one does not have to venture far from home to have a fun filled weekend. Our wine tour and anniversary get-away was loads of fun and only an hour away from home. It was nice to experience well paired food and wine from the local region. We are planning to return and this summer and enjoy more of what the area has to ...
2014 is a special year and since January we have been celebrating our 30 years of love, friendship and marriage. The duo cruise in January, the trip to Puerto Vallarta in June and now our weekend wine / gourmet tour in the Eastern Townships. We are fortunate to have several wineries very close to home. This weekend starts with a stay at the "little castle" as ...
Thank goodness we (actually Tom) thought of a Plan B. The late winter storm did arrive in the Maritimes in full force, with snow, high winds, freezing rain and ice. All schools and flights in the Island have been cancelled for the day. Normally that's music to our ears, but today we're happily sitting in a warm hotel room in Drummondville, Quebec.