Hotel Motel Manoir de Perce

Address: 212 Route 132, Perce, Quebec, G0C 2L0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 212 Route 132, Perce, is near Hiking Trails in Bonaventure Island and Frontenac Provincial Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Perce

        Fonillon National Park

        A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Oct 06, 2015

        13 photos

        ... the Point au Pere Lighthouse along the St. Lawrence Seaway.

        Forillon National Park was a small park but had a lot to offer. It was nice to see this park during the off season. We pretty much went wherever we wanted. I’ll bet in the summer, this place would have been packed and traffic jams would have abounded.

        Tomorrow, we start our journey to Quebec City. We have three days to get there.

        Happy Trails,
        Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse


        Mousse Causing Trouble for Us

        A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Oct 04, 2015

        7 photos

        ... allowed in the Visitor’s Center. So Sheila headed in and Mousse and I stayed outside. With our experiences in Gaspesie, we decided that we would not make a day trip here.

        We headed back to the coach and enjoyed the evening at the campground. Tomorrow we will chill out in Perce, the next day we will head to Forillon National Park.

        Happy Trails,
        Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse


        Just one more photo......

        A travel blog entry by margaretwhalen on Sep 30, 2015

        43 photos

        ... required for more photos. Its not just the reds which are becomming more apparent, but also the contrast of the striking yellows and lime greens in among the deciduous trees. A very slow drive east.

        Logging is obviously a big industry, with monster trucks laden with logs ...

        On the road again....

        A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 11, 2014

        ... lbs of mackerel! When the boat came in they uncovered the bin and showed them to us. They were a LOT bigger than the ones we caught. He explained to us that what we caught are this year's stock, whereas what they catch are last year's. Man, do these fishermen like to talk! We still hadn't had our dinner and it was getting late, and we couldn't pull ourselves away. They also suggested we go further down the wharf to see some people that just ...

        Gannets and storm

        A travel blog entry by sabbatical on Sep 13, 2013

        12 photos

        ... that link these places? The vegetation is a simple tangible way to do this. The vegetation you see in the photo of Ille Bonaventure could be the vegetation along a higher elevation trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is a great way to learn about connections, plant migration, this leads to animal migrations and then of course to glaciers. Some of the connections will also expand far beyond our travels. The Minke Whale is a whale of choice still hunted and ...