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Another day of recuperation. We headed of for a late breakfast and after some 'discussion' decided on Tim Hortons, which I have decided is Canadian for Hungry Jacks. We walked down the main tourist drag which was a women's paradise and I imagine mild torture for most men let alone a man from rural SA. It was crammed with Art boutiques and gift stores. There was lots of gorgeous paintings, at I think reasonable ...
... 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 ...
... Shack'. 75% of the world's maple syrup production is produced in Quebec Province.
We spent 2 hours at the 'Sugar Shack'. Lunch was a buffet of pork crackle, meat pie, meatballs, vegetables and coleslaw. There was beetroot and chutney on the table as well. We had soup to start with and were served a glass of wine. Desert was pancakes and maple syrup. We also had a fella entertaining us with his fiddle. After the meal, ...
Start: Saint John, New Brunswick
End: Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec
Total Kms: 600
... Eventually the rain stopped and we could ride more comfortably.
We drove over the large bridge at Quebec City and started riding along the south shore of the St Lawrence river on Highway 20 at 6:30 pm.
We did not have hotel reservations planned, so we stopped in the first major town on the route, Montmagny, where all of the hotels were booked our due to a large bicycle race in the area. We were assisted at the Econolodge to make reservations in a ...