Quality Inn & Suites Matane
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... We had it down to a science! At the top of the mountain Chris decided we weren't working our upper body enough and did 50 push-ups. I didn’t want to look like a weakling next to him so I did 35 and called it a day. When we got back down the mountain and to our car, both of us had sore knees and ankles from the downhill trek. We were in serious need of hot meal and a shower so that’s exactly what we did and it was spectacular. We drove to St Ulric and slept like ...
Day started out sunny and we hit rain at 4 pm near Matane, a very french town on coast Gaspe. Found a lovely B & B for the night. And walked into town to local pub to sample the local beer and pizza. The drive along the Gaspe is beautiful, every small village and town has an enormous Catholic Church and they all ring there bells on the hour, reminds me of Europe. Everyone speaks some English and if not we use our Tarzan french( very primitive with the game of charades in ...
Our first overnight stay at a Walmart parking yey, now we are officially RVers i guess. The RV area is located in the Eastern part of the parking lot, right near the Tim Hortons (open 24/7). You have the choice between TH and WM's Wifi hotspots there so it's pretty convenient.
... at it elsewhere and was really hard getting the oil changed.
o Frustrating in campsites when you say Bonjour and people mistake you for French and ramble on in French and you have to just shake your head and say SORRY. Would be more fun to be able to communicate as that is the joy of camping.
o My BONJOUR is so bad that as soon as I say it in a store people come back in English if they know it! ...
... long narrow fields running down to the river, the feeling of early Canadian history of canoes and fur traders, river boat pilots and sailing boats bringing immigrants to settle the new land, and Anne Hebert’s classic Quebecois novel “Kamouraska”, the world famous wood carvers at Mont Port Joli, and the unusual rock formations at La Pocatiere, erratic boulders left over from receding glaciers in the last ice age.