Lakeview Inns & Suites Bathurst
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The Lakeview Inns & Suites Bathurst is a good hotel for people, who like a great view and special food. It is a very classy hotel.
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Today I arrived in Bathurst by Boat. Tomorrow I'am going by the Train called The Ocean to Montreal. Today I hae time to look around in Bathurst. See you later.
... so kept on going on route 134. Kept on going and going till we reached Bathurst, a town on a large estuary at the mouth of several rivers feeding into Nepisiguit Bay. Nothing much to recommend it either, but the most beautiful sunset.
Today we drove along the St. Lawrence River from Levis to Rimouski, then turned southwest toward Campbellton, New Brunswick. This area is called Bas-St-Laurent and some of the views are amazing over the river. We stopped at the Fromagerie des Basques in Trois-Pistoles and bought some delicious squeaky cheese curds for lunch and a quiche for supper, then we finally found some wine so our dinner was complete!
... km. For most of this ride, we were in heavy, slow traffic, and it seemed that we were in one continuous town, with beautiful houses, hotels, campings and businesses just on the two sides of the road. Behind the buildings on the land side of the road, they was nothing except fields and trees. Mike and I were a bit bored, but fortunately we did see very nice views of the sea and some rocky cliffs along the shore.
... The rivers we were seeing yesterday and today were salmon fishing rivers and there were many lodges catering to the fisherman. There were a few boats and shore fishermen so it looked like the salmon run was beginning to come in. We drove along a secondary highway near the water as we entered New Brunswick but today it was the Bay of Chaleur which is between New Brunswick and the Gaspe peninsula. We reached Bathurst and found a historic Park on the water and took another ...