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

To the ferry and beyond.....

A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 06, 2014

... beside the water. There we were entertained by some kite-surfers. We could have stayed there for hours watching. So cool! We just past a sign indicating that your car could be over taken by a wave! Our next pitstop was Monts des Pierres, where hopefully we would be camping somewhere halfway decent, because the last few campgrounds we drove past were basically just open parking lots beside the ...

On the hunt for whales!

A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 05, 2014

... whale searching. The seagulls had just finished a feast of crabs because there were hundreds of body parts littered in the sand. I came across a live one with a couple of legs missing so I threw him back into the water-he got to live another day! Debbie came across a big jellyfish on the sand and it looked alive. As we waked along we saw a couple more jellyfish swimming. On our return walk we came across the beached jellyfish ...

Onward we go.

A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 04, 2014

... whale go by the bay! He wasn't up to putting on a show for us-we just caught a couple of glimpses of him. By this time we wanted to lay some tracks to our next destination, Godbout, the town from where we will be taking the ferry over to Matane on Wednesday. The scenery was just beautiful, a lot of it reminded us of our trek across Newfoundland. A lot of the vegetation and views of the St. Laurent river were the same. Once we landed in Godbout, we ...

TLH Day 1 of 9

A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Jul 06, 2014

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... light. I was able to shove the tent, inflatable pillow, Them-A-Rest, and the sleeping bag in the 30L duffel. My cloths, cameras and netbook/tablet in my 20L tail bag. That left the two side bags. I figure the stove and lantern, as well as everything that I might use at the campsite, including food in the right pannier, and rain gear, oil, chain lube, and everything else I might use for bike maintenance in the left pannier. This stuff adds up. Worse yet, ...

A Manic visit

A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Sep 27, 2013

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... night’s entertainment we have ever had on board ship.

We also had the Captain’s farewell show and party where he admitted that we had actually lost an anchor back in Greenland. The anchor had gone down OK, but the rough weather had loosened one of the links and when they came to pull the anchor up, it just was not there on the end of the chain. The anchor has since been replaced at ...