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Today was such a good travel day. We left New Brunswick and took the scenic route along the coast and then along the St Lawrence. It was so worth it, less traffic and amazing scenery. Pulled into 3 Pistoles Campground around 4:30. Huge campground and very busy but the gave us a great spot at the end of the row. There was a cool rocky beach area. Nobody spoke English, except one girl at reception spoke a ...
... and along the way I was talked into going to Hopewell Cape to see the cove where the huge tides empty and fill it every day. "Walk on the ocean floor!" they said to me. I turned into Salisbury to make this detour and there, right before my eyes:
There was one car in the carpark, so I guess the witnessing group was still out. Neat lawns and a good carpark, the hall looks like it's only been built in the last two or ...
... didn't want to pay the toll I could get on a shuttle bus for the trip over and it was only $4.25. Ah, that was more like it. I picked up the phone and booked my seat on the shuttle.
Just two of us boarded the shuttle, which came with a trailer to handle bicycles. The other passenger had one of these (he'd ridden from Montreal... a 1000km trek) and it was duly laced onto the trailer for the voyage. I sat up front with the driver.
... The audio-tour had snippets of more personalised stories that made you think about life aboard a sub. I don't think Libby liked how small the bunks were. It was neat to experience the red lights, which are meant to simulate nighttime. We decided to take advantage of the close proximity of the Treasures of the Empress of Ireland Exhibit at the museum. Now that was really, really interesting. The Empress of Ireland was one of a few ocean liners owned by the CN railway to ...
Had a nice lazy morning in la ville de Québec , un bon petit déjeuner au crêpes... Um, c'est bon! Left the city towards the east, little confusion leaving the gas station, we almost lost Rudy, I think he was heading for Halifax! Made a quick pit stop on L'île d'Orleans, stopper for a snack of freshly ...
Other places to stay in Rimouski
225 Boulevard Rene Lepage East, Rimouski | 4 star hotelfrom $129
155 Boulevard Rene Lepage East, Rimouski | 3 star hotelfrom $95
455 boul. St-Germain ouest, Rimouski | 2 star hotelfrom $101
130 Belzile Ave, Rimouski | 1 star hotelfrom $138