Hotel Chateau Roberval
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... that the Saguenay narrows down and shallows out.
This afternoon we got off the ship in La Baie amidst music and dancing. The locals were dressed in costumes of the day and gave everyone a warm welcome. They were serving blueberry pie (blueberries are very big here and are in season); maple toffee ( boiled down maple syrup that has a stick dipped in it and then into ice and then back Again into maple syrup until you get a lollipop ...
The coach arrived promptly at 8.30am and the jovial driver incumbently guided us through the day's itinerary and info on some of the towns and interesting facts that came up as we drove along. There were 2 points where he had to stop the bus to check the brakes, which was mandatory "by law" he explained. He also told us about the fences that had been erected to prevent moose from running out into the road, which has been a real problem in these parts. We entered the ...
Since my last entry, we have been to Boston--Mass, Bar Harbor--Maine and several cities in Canada.
The Canadian destinations that we have seen so far are
Saint John, (Bay of Fundy), New Brunswick
... by at least fifty people in period costumes (including a group in native Indian costumes in front of a teepee and a father/son combo who demonstrated sawing logs), passing out local treats like blueberry pie, maple syrup on a stick that had been drizzled on fresh shaved ice, blueberry juice, and several others that I'm sure that I missed!
Sixteen of us who had arranged a tour before leaving home piled into a van, and set out to see ...
13th May- Sydney, Nova Scotia - after breakfast we ventured into downtown Sydney where it was pretty chilly although not foggy. The main street was fairly small and dull so we came back after less than hour via the waterfront boardwalk. By then the cold had kicked in so we were glad to get back on board. Early afternoon we had an excursion to Baddek on Lake Bras d'Or. The scenery along the lake was lovely but ominously, the snow was still in the forest and along ...