Delta Saguenay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Delta Saguenay Hotel Jonquiere
Travel Blogs from Jonquiere
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 ...
... As there was one near my hotel I made my way there to do some shopping. I think this store was only a small rural version, a bit like a Kmart or Big W. I picked up some clothes for Sienna, and some scrapbooking things for Canada. All finished by 3:30.
I walked back to the hotel to get ready for dinner. Johanne had invited me around for dinner at her house on the opposite side of Chicoutimi.
... boarding the boat. It was a lot smaller than I expected, and not a lot of people on board.
I stayed out the back in the open air section, it was pretty cold, but nice in the wind, with my big jacket on. There was a recorded commentary on some of the parts of the cruise. First they told us about how the fjord was created.
The geological origins of Saguenay Fjord National Park can be traced to the Grenville ...
... free internet at the airport so I got online and whiled away the hours! I had a wrap and V8 juice for dinner around 8:15pm, not a lot of options :-(
The plane was on time and we boarded around 9:30pm. It was only a little jazz plane like the one from Gladdy to Brissy. I watched an episode of True Blood and ate some pretzels. We landed at Bagotville and I went inside the terminal to pick up my hire car 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. ...