Hotel Baie Saint Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... I could take up French and painting lessons in my spare time! We went for a bit of drive around the town and also walked a bit and found a nicer restaurant for a departure dinner. I had mussels and chips, they serve lots of French fries and fried potatoes, followed by Creme brûlée, which was yummy. Overall a very relaxing day ready for a full on day, trying to see as much as we can of Quebec City ...
... to Baie-St- Paul about 4 1/2 hrs NE of Montreal on the edge of the St Lawrence river. After much discussion I had convinced Linda to book a motel room instead of her preferred B & B only to discover that our room was like a small house with all the mod cons in a perfect location. The only problem we then faced was to pretend to know enough French to order food etc in ...
... of traffic all in a hurry to get to where they needed to be. We came off the highway and into the carpark of a supermarket, so we could use the washrooms and get a coffee from Macca's. Peter ordered his expresso for his black coffee and got a small shooter type cup. We are in the french province of Quebec.
Lisa had prepared a sheet of basic english words, their equivalent in french and how it is pronounced. She said ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">Weather: it was still raining when I loaded up the bike. Once I got started, the rain stopped after an hour, but later on in the afternoon there were other short showers. Temperatures were between 14 and 18 degrees.
I had a long ride today, as I need to get back into Montreal on June 30. The car rental locations near to where I drop off the ...
Start: Laval, Quebec
End: Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec
Total Kms: 400
We started from Laval at 3:30 pm and drive through heavy Montreal traffic in a light rain. The riding was not very pleasant due to stop-and-go traffic and the rain, however we did finally get out of Montreal and onto Highway 40 to Trois Rivieres, then to Quebec City.
We were behind schedule for our plan, and it was not possible to reach our target destination of ...