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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Riotel Matane
Travel Blogs from Matane
... up the mountain and then down the other side and then you have to get back to where you parked which means back up the mountain and down the otherside. The terrain was hard, the views were magnificent and my calves were killing me. It was maybe 5degreesCelsius outside so it was a fun game of taking off layers while we were going up the mountain, stopping for breaks and having our sweat freeze to put layers back on, and then taking layers back off when trudging down ...
... one pot. For the biscuits you put a few charcoal bricks below but with the majority of bricks on top of the lid. We had perfectly baked biscuits in 12 minutes, and were they yummy! By the time we finished dinner it was still light out and we thought about going to the water to see the sunset, but we were all too tired. It had been a long day. Deb and Jim turned in at 8:45 and we followed by 9:30 ...
... whale searching. The seagulls had just finished a feast of crabs because there were hundreds of body parts littered in the sand. I came across a live one with a couple of legs missing so I threw him back into the water-he got to live another day! Debbie came across a big jellyfish on the sand and it looked alive. As we waked along we saw a couple more jellyfish swimming. On our return walk we came across the beached jellyfish ...
... a Minke whale, which is the size of a school bus. We saw a lonely grey seal, they can grow to 350 kilos! We also saw a small grouping of harbour porpoise. While on the road we were searching for the Essipit reservation so that we can get some cheap gas. Once we gassed up, we stopped at what we thought was a community park overlooking a lovely little bay (we were hoping it wasn't someone's home). While munching on plums, granola and cookies we saw ...
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 ...