Hotel V

585, boul. de la Gappe, Gatineau, Quebec, J8T 8N7, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gatineau

Famous Ottawa 8 Ladder Locks in Action!

A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 14, 2014

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... stay in was just across the river in the Hull region of Gatineau, Quebec. They were full tonight so we traveled 5 miles down the river to a nice small and quiet marina on the outskirts of Gatineau called Kitchissipi. Mostly French is spoken here. It was a challenge to go grocery shopping! We are taking the opportunity to use the full service facilities here to clean up and get organized before making it down to Montreal. ...

War-y stuff ...

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jun 23, 2014

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... formed up what amounted to a private army that staged sporadic raids on Canada after the Civil War ... they hoped to seize a sizable chunk and use it as a negotiating tool to get HMG to agree to independence for Ireland. Needless to say, said mad Irishmen were handily repulsed by a mix of British Regulars and, mostly, local Canadian Militia ...), the internal Rebellions, and, of course, South Africa, WW1 and WW2, Korea and ...

Mataranka

A travel blog entry by amanda_wheatsa on May 12, 2014

We arrived at Mataranka and it was very hot and dry. We checked into the Mataranka Homestead Camping ground on advice from Paul & Georgie. The Springs here are from the Rainbow springs and the water flows down into the thermal pools about 100m down-right at the campsite. The pools are amazing-like an oasis in the desert. Surrounded by Palms and the water crystal clear. It is so tranquil. The water temp is ...

Boozing Ottawa

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Mar 04, 2014

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Arriving in Ottawa we had no real plans or intentions but were under strict instructions to visit the Heart and Crown, so this is what we did immediately after checking in.

After a brief detour for Susie to get her passport ( ID ) is a must she was able to partake in her first 'Caesar'. A Caesar is a Canadian drink, not the dog food - although the latter may have been preferable. Consisting ...

Entry 5 September 4th, 1999

A travel blog entry by cmoney12345 on Feb 23, 2014

... The banging on the door grew louder. "Who is it," asked Dory. "Get away from there," I yelled. She swam towards us then stopped,"Hmm, escaaapee," she said,"No that doesn't sound right. Oh, I get it escape." We all looked at her then at the word we couldn't read that was inscribed on the wall. "There's a way out,"I said,"Let's go." We all swam out the escape route just as the door gave way and out came a shout,"It's Bruceee." We then swam into a small hole ...