Motel Adams

Address: 20 Rue Adams, C.P. 6391, Gaspe, Quebec, G4X 2R8, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 20 Rue Adams, C.P. 6391, Gaspe, is near Pierced Rock (Rocher-Percé).
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    Travel Blogs from Gaspe

    The Tip of Quebec

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... our hike we stopped quickly in the town Gaspe before making out way to Perce. We didn’t spend much time in any of the towns except to stock up and gas up, it’s the scenery that really makes the drive worthwhile. Chris and I wanted to move into every house. They are all perfectly colorful, alone on cliffs, looking out into the sea. I can’t even properly describe how each one had its own personality and feelings and history. ...

    To the Gaspe Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... road and managed to make our hotel while it was still light out, an unusual occurrence on this trip. after getting settled in at Le Macareux, we went across the street for dinner and had some good seafood (scallops for me and a seafood puff pastry pie for Bill). Then back to the room to plot out tomorrow's ride and do a little pre-packing so we can get on the road a little ...

    On the road again....

    A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 11, 2014

    ... for sea bass, which are about 3 feet long! Our plan was for spider-dogs but we weren't allowed open fires so BBQed dogs instead, with celery and cheez whiz (we needed our vegis afterall), and wine (that's what makes it a gourmet meal:) We could have stayed sitting on the picnic table and continued chatting under a yellow moon but the dampness sent us off to bed. We both had to use our furnaces to warm us up, I found this night the coldest one ...

    Lots of trees ...

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jul 16, 2014

    After Sherbrooke Village I headed up the east coast of New Brunswick and back into far eastern Quebec, the Gaspe Peninsula ... which has lots of trees. Windy roads. And lots of francophones.

    Interesting enough, but no pictures worth spit and ...

    Drive to Forillon National Park

    A travel blog entry by sabbatical on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... phone, 8-10 wooden tables and benches, a wood stove and a wood cook stove. There was a large wood pile and the ranger stopped by to see who had just pulled into to camp to offer us her axe for splitting wood. Julian was in.

    We split wood, built a wonderful fire and dried out. Rob went for a hike up Mont St. Alban, and after school work the kids came with me on a hike to an amazing plage (beach) not far from our camping area. Julian packed his fishing rod, ...