Delta Saguenay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pronounceable. At the falls is the foundation of the old mill, long ago flooded off into history. I take a slight path to get a better picture location and the gang follows. We end up checking the heavy vegetation for ticks and other creatures! The trail goes from a bear trail to a beaver trail with us punching through the chest high vegetation. We have to demote Pierre's ...
... need paint, probably due to the harsh winters. There are hundreds of motorcycles on the road, all the bikers wave as we pass by. I've never seen so many of the Can Am three wheelers. We have seen several hundred of them every day! Lee and I plan on riding to Tadoussac, a small town at the confluence of the Saguenay River Fjord and the St Lawrence. And to the national park named for the Fjord. The road ends at a ferry here to take vehicles from side ...
Sometime after midnight the ship turned left, heading north out of the St. Lawrence river, entering the Saguenay Fjord. Bet you've never heard of it, either! While we slept, the ship sailed the eighty miles to the head of the fjord, where we found a quiet little town awaiting our arrival. Because the fjord is at the eastern end of the St. Lawrence, not far from the Atlantic ocean, it is salt water, and has strong tides and currents. With the dramatic ...
... are wonderful always smiling and willing to accommodate your every need. We've met some really nice people from all over the world so sad to say tomorrow we leave the ship in Montreal and fly back to New York a lot heavier than when we arrived! Weather improved greatly last couple of days 24, 26 deg. Unfortunately I've had problems with the iPad, it just won't download from the camera that's why I'm a bit short on photos this ...
... out from our verandah we could see snow capped mountains on the mainland. No wonder it is freezing! I wouldn't be surprised to see an iceberg float past. Because we were at sea for the day , various activities were organized, some of which we went to. Of course, there is always eating. Tonight went to Red Ginger , the Asian specialty restaurant that everyone(mainly American) raves about. We were not that impressed, and I think XoXo at Sunshine Beach is far ...