Delta Saguenay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Delta Saguenay Hotel Jonquiere
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First stage is through the park and to Quebec! The weather is great here; no snow and nice roads. Well, the Laurentien Park was great; clear, dry roads. No traffic in Quebec and great chicken at St. Hubert's. Thirty minutes outside of Quebec we were greeted with Mother Nature at her finest; major snowstorm! We followed and are continuing to follow the red tail lights ahead of us . We are taking it slow and thinking ADVENTURE! Poor Luc who is driving and me often saying ...
... a little late, but I thought it was rude to turn up to dinner with nothing, so I backtracked a little to SAQ to get a bottle of wine at 4:45.
When I arrived Johanne and her daughter took me for a wander around her property and she showed me the deer they have down the back.
Her son was keen to show off his helicopter with disco lights which was pretty cool.
While waiting ...
... the Precambrian era. This event is considered to be the beginnings to the Laurentian Mountains. Around 200 million years ago, a rock basal complex between a north fault and a south fault collapsed, creating the Saguenay Graben. The graben was 250 kilometres long and 50 kilometres wide. During the last glacial period, the region was covered by ice sheets two to three kilometres deep. The ice sheets cut deep into the ...
... Cleared security and found the gate then decided to have some lunch at Legends Sports Bar around 1:30pm. Ordered a chicken quesadilla and coke and caught up on some diary entries. Finished my lunch just before 2pm and went to the gate and they were already boarding.
I was sitting right up the front in 2B. Convenient for disembarking, cause I was one of the first off. The flight was short only about 45mins and ...
... ended I must complement Bernie Wilder for an enjoyable show. He is a harmonica player of all things and he does a fabulous performance. He has played with symphonies from around the world and played tonight with the Hellcats the resident band on the Eurodam this voyage. We all wondered how could a harmonica player do a solo or play accompanied by a symphony when we went and all I can say is he did wonderfully. The music was lively and varied, a very energetic performance enjoyed by all. ...