Hotel Le Comte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... planned to stay at the (only) motel, Motel de l'Energie. Booked in, then discovered no internet in the rooms. It was pouring with rain, the dining room (and internet service) which was 500m of mud away, closed at 9pm, and the tours of the dam had ended with the end of the summer season. Recouped our money and left, driving to Baie Comeau on the ...
Man, we all work like well-oiled machines! We were all showered, taken down and pulling out of the campground by 6:45, just like planned. Once onto the ferry we were all hungry so we had a nice hot breakfast. We all went back up to the outdoor deck and Debbie received a text from father-they were heading to Truro because uncle John was taken to the hospital. We are sitting here worrying about him ...
... Of course today Jim decided to not bring his first aid kit along. While Jim and I went to the depanneur to buy a bag of ice, Debbie and Kerry went to the waters edge to clean her scraped knee with cold, salty water. Thankfully we were not far from our campsite so we returned there to clean Deb up. Our next destination was a lighthouse near Baie Trinite. Once we arrived to what looked similar to Peggy's Cove, we carried our ...
Boy did we all sleep well. Kerry was up first at 7:30. I was up by 8:15 but when it was getting close to 8:20 he was getting worried about Debbie and Jim. We didn't hear or see them yet! Thankfully they got up by 8:30. Even after a big breakfast of bacon and eggs we were on the road by 11:00 heading towards Godbout. We stopped at Cap-de-Bon-Desir at Les Bergeronnes at an interpretation centre, hoping to spot some whales. Well we weren't disappointed. ...
... pannier but not enough to stop and fix it. This first day was not that exciting. We have travelled here before, but it was a necessary evil. We travelled 7 hours and 600km today. The GS's turn signal automatically goes on when passing a Tim Horton's. Yes, the bike stalls, and the kickstand swings out as well. I really enjoyed the section from Campbellton NB to Matane PQ, where we will take the ferry. I loved the people. My French is a bit rusty. I have ...