Le Manoir Du Lac Delage
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... 2 ½ hours to
drive from the RV park and then to try and sort out our mess it took
another 45 minutes) so we decided to drive over towards Levis and see
if there was space to park there. If there wasn't, we were going to
flag Quebec and keep driving mainly because it was almost 2pm at this
Thankfully we did find somewhere to
park the RV, $16 later and a short speed walk, we caught the ferry
... Waves album on my iPod. Back in the room to cleanup and off to a quick lunch before attending the enrichment lecture: "Scots on the Rocks - Nova Scotia." I don't know if we'll be able to stop at Sydney, Nova Scotia tomorrow. The captain reported that he talked to the agent in Sydney and a windy day is forecast for tomorrow. At Sydney, the ship will anchor off-shore and the tenders will transfer passengers to the port. A windy day would make that process ...
What a great city, Halifax! Designed a lot like Boston (shocking, I like it!) with a waterfront filled with vendors hawking their crafts, snacks and performances. I strolled the dock several times taking in the sights and sounds, little kids break dancing, couples waltzing in the sunlight and everyone basking in the spring weather. Everyone is so friendly, eager to strike up a conversation while out enjoying "the warmest day of the year" (55 degrees - you gotta be kidding me!) ...
... Hwy 20 to the turn off at Hwy 55 to cross the Saint Laurent at Trois-Rivieres to get back on Hwy 40 the Trans Canadian Highway.
The land is flat and you can see for miles. Came to a large city at Hwy 138 St-Hyacinthe with lots of industry, the housing estates all look the same very boring. Many Grain Silos and cornfields all along the highway with a sprinkling of sugar maple tress changing colour. Every town we pass through has a Tim Hortons ...
Decided that I am going treat myself to good food today.
I grabbed a kebab with homemade chilli sauce. Finally I tasted meat...
Feeling glad about myself, I skipped along the old streets of quebec and 大口大口de× 07;.
A young man called after me, bonjour mademoiselle!... with a sneer. If my mouth wasn't so full of kebab I would have shouted back bonjour monsieur along with my -.- look.
Well at least, unlike in Vancouver he didn't ...