Hotel Motel Baie Ste-Catherine

Address: 294, route 138, Baie Sainte-Catherine, Quebec, G0T 1A0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 294, route 138, Baie Sainte-Catherine.
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        Travel Blogs from Baie Sainte-Catherine

        Whales? whales - I don't see any ?!!

        A travel blog entry by wanderingward on Sep 23, 2015

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        ... many trucks and cars
        as possible - the trip is maybe 10min and on one trip we see the Crystal Symphony cruising down the fjord while the little ferries cross -
        Stop to buy our lunch at the bakery and enroute for Baie Comeau - another drive following the
        St Lawrence - near the water there are often lots of birch trees particularly pretty.

        BaieComeau has 3 'sites' - and we are staying right downtown next to the pulp/paper mill which ...

        Whale watching

        A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 22, 2015

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        We managed to get away in good time after enjoying a good breakfast at the recommended French bakery on the highway, although it was still a battle to get our msg across the language barrier. The drive along the coast to Tadoussac was gorgeous. Ocean views on one side, forests and mountains on the other. The homes, many very elaborate, all perfectly presented with manicured gardens. I'm sure they would home some very ...


        A travel blog entry by wanderingward on Sep 21, 2015

        Sunday - we are travelling the 'river route' just gorgeous - those same small stone houses, fruit trees and here and there fields of bright orange pumpkins!
        Isle de Coudres - a short, free ferry to the Island - and we then circle the Island with the same
        folks (you know how that goes - we came over together we'll leave together) and stop at the old Mill to purchase 90% wholewheat flour - then to the bakery where 'pate (sp) de soeur' come in
        flavours - I buy cranberry ...

        Beluga whales

        A travel blog entry by margaretwhalen on Sep 17, 2015

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        ... the park on the opposite point of the Saguenay Fjord. The clash between the tide and the flow from the river is quite obvious, the whole of the estuary appearing as one giant rip. We'd arrived late afternoon, and just about to give up and leave when Paul spotted the first of the Belugas. A pod of 5 or 6. Hard to count, as they dive and move with ...

        River of whales

        A travel blog entry by margaretwhalen on Sep 16, 2015

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        Heading west, more moose signs. No moose. A slow drive. Waterfalls and rivers. La route des plages, a detour off the 138 towards Point-aux-Outardes. Beaches covered with scattered stones and sun.What a day. Into Bergeronnes. Out to the river mouth and spotted whales spouting. Great excitement as I thought ...