Travel Blogs from Piedmont
... make it to the beginning of the service, unfortunately, as the roads were unpaved and the speed limits in Canada are ridiculously low. We did make it halfway through though, and it was a beautiful experience. The church was packed, and the service was chanted by the nuns in Greek, but with a pronounced French accent.
P.S. While modesty rules are written down and expected, no headcoverings required or requested. My kind of monastery!
We attempted to find the farmers' market in St. Jerome but did not. People at a gas station told me it was on Wednesday. Today was Tuesday. We did find some vegetables elsewhere. I think the farmers' market was today though.
We passed by the Parc Regional de la Riviere-du-Nord in St. Jerome and went bicycle riding there. We paid the entrance fee into the park which is $5 per person and $25 ...
... but we thought it was a little harder than easy due to the rocks on the trail and the increase in elevation.
The signage is set up for the Ironman Triathlon competition (swimming, bike riding, running) this weekend. More than 1500 athletes will compete. In 2014 Mont-Tremblant will host the International Ironman competition.
We women indulged in ice cream from the shops in the village.
It is raining, of course. My sisters and I put on ponchos and walked to the office of the condo and obtained information for our trip. Some of us went to IGA to get groceries in the morning.
After lunch, we decided to go on a hike on the resort. The mosquitoes attacked us despite ...
... to Dulles Airport in Washington, DC. Our fight to Burlington, Vermont was delayed 2 1/2 hours. This was a problem, because it caused us to arrive to the resort in the dark. We are staying in St. Hippolyte, Quebec, CA which is in the mountains outside Montreal.
We drove without any incidents from the US to Canada ...
Other places to stay in Piedmont
500 chemin des Frenes, Piedmont | 3 star hotelfrom $100