Econo Lodge St. Apollinaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... asked for directions at reception and so we drove around to the car park... after three attempts we entered the correct car park and as there were no signs at all telling us where to leave the car we parked it in a spare spot and took the lift to find the office. We asked 3 people where the office was and got differing directions each time ....eventually we found the office hidden around a corner in part of the hotel.
As we walked back to the hotel it ...
... an active regiment today.
It was raining on the 3rd day so we drove around Orleans Island, it is considered one of the oldest populated areas dating back to 1535. It was like travelling back in time, small stone houses & rural farms selling their own produce. We picked up fresh strawberries, stopped at the popular Les Fromage for some unpasteurized cheese & goats cheese, we had to line- ...
... when they were in Comox in the Spring. Tomorrow or so we should be in New Brunswick. I'm really looking forward to the East Coast, having a lobster dinner and biking the seaside.
Love to you all
Ps, I write these blogs while on the hwy, but can only post them later at campsites... I quickly got on my bike when we arrived... Interesting place, it's much cooler, no bugs! I could like it here if I could only understand what everyone was saying....
... too far and too little in advance. Do I turn up to a place with only one night booked, and realise I need more hoping the hostel isn't fully booked? Stuff like that. This done I headed to the bus station to pick up a ticket to Montreal. $55 for three hours! No, not my day at all. In the evening I joined a group organized by the hostel to go down to walk downtown to check out a free showing of Cirque du Soleil. I'm not sure if ...
... but it also means heading down a fairly steep hill, (and about 125 steps) to reach the ferry line. This is not an issue now as we are excited and it is early. The future thinker in me is having doubts about ever making it back home after a full day of touring, however.
The ferry ride was a pleasant 10 minute excursion across the Saint Lawrence. Quebec, also situated on a hill, is basically broken up into 3 areas: Lower Old ...