Hotel Le Comte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... him a speedy recovery. We quickly stopped in Matane to get a few things for dinner and Kerry and I popped into a Tim Hortons so that we could quickly check a few messages. Newfoundland and now Quebec apparently hate Rogers because we have not had any service since just past Quebec City. After an hour or so driving along the beautiful coastline we stopped in Ste. Anne des Monts for an ...
... 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 ...
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. ...
... we need a large tarp, a small fold-up chair and table after a long days ride. I managed to strap these on over both panniers to keep the load as low as possible. This looks foolish. I wonder how Jo has packed his GS?
Moncton NB to Bay Comeau PQ
July 6th 2014
Well off we go. I need fuel, but I think I will wait to sync up with Jo. Jo's GS is more economical than the Versys but I have a bigger tank, so we have about ...
Baie-Comeau is another coastal port in Quebec and we were fortunate that it was pleasant dry weather for once. For some reason we had chosen to go on a tour called Manic 2, which was to a hydro-electric power station. The most enjoyable bit was the trip out to see it as we passed lots of lovely wooded areas in which the trees are starting to turn the lovely reds and browns of fall. Stefan enjoyed seeing all ...