Hotel Caravelle

Address: 202 Blvd La Salle, Baie Comeau, Quebec, G4Z 1S6, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 202 Blvd La Salle, Baie Comeau, is near Parc du Centre Boreal du Saint-Laurent.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Baie Comeau

        No internet.....not interested

        A travel blog entry by margaretwhalen on Sep 14, 2015

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        ... its distinctive shape and central island, is clearly visible from outer space. Passing by you just dont appreciate the enormity of it.

        Hydro Quebec has 4 dams and hydroelectricity generating stations along the Manicouagan River. Manic-5 is probably the most spectacular, with its buttress and arch construction. ...

        To the ferry and beyond.....

        A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 06, 2014

        ... one pot. For the biscuits you put a few charcoal bricks below but with the majority of bricks on top of the lid. We had perfectly baked biscuits in 12 minutes, and were they yummy! By the time we finished dinner it was still light out and we thought about going to the water to see the sunset, but we were all too tired. It had been a long day. Deb and Jim turned in at 8:45 and we followed by 9:30 ...

        On the hunt for whales!

        A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 05, 2014

        ... with the wife as the artist past away the previous year. They have been opening their extensive collection to the public for 36 years. After each buying a craft that the woman made we headed back down the street towards Jim's truck. Unfortunately Debbie slipped off the street's edge and went down hard, landing on her right knee (apparently her bad knee!) and scraped it up pretty badly. Jim was in shock thinking she ...

        Onward we go.

        A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 04, 2014

        ... a Minke whale, which is the size of a school bus. We saw a lonely grey seal, they can grow to 350 kilos! We also saw a small grouping of harbour porpoise. While on the road we were searching for the Essipit reservation so that we can get some cheap gas. Once we gassed up, we stopped at what we thought was a community park overlooking a lovely little bay (we were hoping it wasn't someone's home). While munching on plums, granola and cookies we saw ...

        TLH Day 1 of 9

        A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Jul 06, 2014

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        ... His Nelson Rigg side bags are huge, and he looked to have three giant duffels on the rear seat and rear plate. I have never seen a bike loaded so much. I added one click of preload on my rear suspension, but I don’t think he did because he looked to be sitting low. We set our Trip-o-meters. My trip A would be for the entire trip and the trip B would be for fuel calculation. The Versys handled fine. I had an annoying rattle from the large pot in ...