Hotel and Suites Le Dauphin
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We had breakfast at the hotel and started our trek home at 10:30 am. It's been a different kind of holiday, cold ,damp and muddy weather but together as a loving family. Staying mostly indoors, with warm clothes and rubber boots was the theme for the week. This week will go down as one of our most unique holidays. Lunch today -chez Timmy . Finally home at 6:30pm to hot muggy weather in beautiful St Hubert . Home Sweet ...
When a cruise ship comes to a small port such as this, the citizens roll out the red carpet. Such friendliness - en deux langues! I always thought that the name referred to a meeting of the St. Lawrence, the Rivière Saint-Maurice and one other river. It turns out that the name originates with the belief of early explorers that there were ...
... this is a very simple account of "we went here, we saw this". I'm ok with that, she's just turned 10. For the others, they write more and that depends on their personality. Hannah likes to keep up to date and be fairly thorough. Josh is constantly a week or so behind and needs prompting as to what we did on what days but he gets the job done. Writing that style is not really his thing. But that doesn't matter. I wanted them to have a record of ...
... leaking in the rain and we have had rain a couple of times a
week for the last 6 weeks, some of it super heavy. That'll be
something we need to sort when we get back to USA. Not sure we can
find anywhere in French speaking Canada or on the way to Prince
Edward Island. Still that's the only problem we have had with the RV, it runs like a dream even if that dream is very bad mileage per gallon!
Today we docked in Trois Rivieres, Quebec, a town of 60,000, which was the second permanent settlement made in Quebec by the French in 1634. We wandered around a bit, strolling through a lovely park populated by black squirrels, and luckily stumbled upon the Chapel of the Ursuline nuns, who came from France in 1697 to educate young women. At its ...