La Roche Pleureuse
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I would love to have brought home, but I imagine the price to ship them home and the I convenience would be more than I would like to outlay! I opted for a haircut, which was a bit challenging given the language barrier, however with some sign language and a few 'wees' and 'nays' it ended up ok. While I can't understand a word, I'm in love with the French language. It is so quiet and demure. My head's ...
... that was totally French. Fortunately we did find a waiter at a pub/ brewery that spoke enough English for us to have some average food & when Linda asked him where he thought we were from replied New Jersey! 'Mercì' Baie St Paul is home of Cirque du Soleil which started with performances in the church grounds. To raise funding they walked on stilts from here to Quebec ...
... time for all of us to become part of the show. We were given wooden spoons and shown some 'Deb Spoons Perry' moves. None of us were budding spoons players, but we had a go. Then it was time for the dancing! Pete was keen to get up as we though it would be like 'Mucky Duck Dancing'. Sure enough it was and we enjoyed 10 minutes of dancing as a group. Interesting the capacity of some to remember a few moves!
Back on the bus ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">Weather: it was still raining when I loaded up the bike. Once I got started, the rain stopped after an hour, but later on in the afternoon there were other short showers. Temperatures were between 14 and 18 degrees.
I had a long ride today, as I need to get back into Montreal on June 30. The car rental locations near to where I drop off the ...
... another 50 kms to the east in the lovely town of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli.
As we rode along the highway to the hotel, the sun was setting in the mountains across the St Lawrence River. It was one of the best sunsets that we have ever seen, and unfortunately, by the time we reached the hotel, the sunset had finished and I had no chances to take photos.
The attached photos were taken in the morning of Sat. June 13.
Next Destination: Gaspé, Quebec