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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      After a great night under the stars we drove along the Gaspe coastline. It's a beautiful drive filled with cliffs and crashing ocean waves. We passed a few Westys along the way and stopped at some nice roadside lookouts to enjoy the air. Right before Gaspe we explored Parc National du Forillon. We took a 5km hike up to a wonderful lookout that showed us the town of Gaspe coastline. We did some yoga at the lookout to stretch our muscles and enjoy the ...

      To the Gaspe Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Aug 27, 2014

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      ... a large section of NB to get to Campbeltown, with a gas and lunch stop at what we thought was a Mexican Restaurant in St. Louis, NB and then into Quebec. In Quebec we turned north onto the Gaspe Road that runs around the peninsula and settled in to enjoy some really good riding, with curves enough to keep your interest and views to take your breath. We made good time on ...

      On the road again....

      A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 11, 2014

      ... an impasse. Apparently a cement truck didn't make a very sharp turn and tipped over, and they had to close the road to get it pulled upright. That delay cost us about 15 minutes, but no big worries. We arrived at a campground, in Saint-Godefroi, right on a bluff, at around 7:15. We wanted to go down to the beach before it got too dark so we each grabbed a beer (our after set-up beer of course) and headed on down. There was a quaint little ...

      Lots of trees ...

      A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jul 16, 2014

      ... was such that heading off into Forillon National Park, which has some interesting historic-y things, was inadvisable ... windy, hilly, quite scary roads in wet weather.

      So, off back down the St Launrence estuary coast to Quebec and then Montreal.
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      Drive to Forillon National Park

      A travel blog entry by sabbatical on Sep 14, 2013

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      ... came ready to see seals-which she has become an ace at seeing way before any of us spot them. We got to the beach and seals were playing, she followed them along the shore and Julian got rigged up for makeral-the one thing you are allowed to take from Forillon National Park. After fishing and finding their dad at the end of his hike-reporting much bear scat-fresh-in the area we headed back to our loved kitchen building to build a fire-dry everything again and make ...