Riotel Matane

Address: 250 Avenue Du Phare Est, Matane, Quebec, G4W 3N4, Canada | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 250 Avenue Du Phare Est, Matane.
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    Travel Blogs from Matane

    Finally really on the road - Levis to Matane

    A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... warmed up. Another thing ticked off my orientation list.



    Just as the sun was setting it broke through the clouds and produced the most gorgeous sky and a rainbow. I was sure it would bode well for the next day. There were 2 bicyclists camping in pup tents among the big rigs, who I'm sure were pleased to see it was clearing after what must have been a miserable day was undoubtably a cold night. ...

    The Longest Hike

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Sep 17, 2014

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    Parc National Du Bic is a 15 minute drive away from Rimouski that runs along the coast of the St Laurence. We decided to stretch our legs and go for our first real hike of the trip. Chris and I love hiking, we try and do it as often as possible and hopefully it will be a common theme throughout this blog. After seeing the massive route of shorter trails to do, we settled on the 15km trail Les Murailles up the Pic Champlain Mountain. Now it sounds fine except that the trail ...

    To the ferry and beyond.....

    A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 06, 2014

    ... we scored a great place (minus the biting black flies!) where we were able to park both our trailers on the same site and with room for the screen tent too. Once we were all set up Jim didn't waste any time starting his charcoal for the feast he and Kerry were making. Chili with biscuits! Jim has these cool 'Lodge' pots where you can put charcoal bricks beneath the pot and it all cooks ...

    On the hunt for whales!

    A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 05, 2014

    ... Of course today Jim decided to not bring his first aid kit along. While Jim and I went to the depanneur to buy a bag of ice, Debbie and Kerry went to the waters edge to clean her scraped knee with cold, salty water. Thankfully we were not far from our campsite so we returned there to clean Deb up. Our next destination was a lighthouse near Baie Trinite. Once we arrived to what looked similar to Peggy's Cove, we carried our ...

    Onward we go.

    A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 04, 2014

    ... 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 ...