Delta Trois-Rivieres Hotel and Conference Centre
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Today we docked in Trois Rivieres, Quebec, a town of 60,000, which was the second permanent settlement made in Quebec by the French in 1634. We wandered around a bit, strolling through a lovely park populated by black squirrels, and luckily stumbled upon the Chapel of the Ursuline nuns, who came from France in 1697 to educate young women. At its ...
... many cheese operations, and it seemed that most farms were organized and prosperous. We killed ourselves laughing when we tried to order our coffees at Tim Hortons in French. We wish our Language skills were better, but we will keep trying and everyone seems to patient with our efforts. Our first sight of the St Lawrence Seaway was in an area that had delta-like tributaries or little islands everywhere. Docks lined the shore and there were lots of gorgeous boats ...
We decided to add a stop today and it was a short drive from Montreal to Trois-Riviers. It is the second oldest city in Quebec but it is not very large. The drive was picturesque, as usual, but we are now starting to see a hint of fall color in the leaves. We again noticed cathedrals everywhere. Does anyone know just how many Notre Dame churches/cathedrals there are in Canada? We ...
... disastrous results. Our water policies in the west are only now starting to catch up with reality. Hopefully every aquifer in the west will not be drained before we figure out how to live in a way that is consistent with the nature of our environment.
DAY 92 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 150 Total Trip Miles - 6718 since leaving Ananda Village mid May
Temp - 77 then down to 65. A little muggy with some drizzle. morning ...
On to Montreal and Nicolet! After Montreal, traffic was reasonable. There were lots of motorcyclists getting soaked!! Lots of three-wheeled bikes, among them.
We found the former monastery, where we were going to stay. I checked in. They had my reservation, gave us a 'very nice room' on the 4th floor (which is really the 5th floor) . . . and then the desk clerk tells me . . . the 'el lee vay ...