Days Inn Riviere du Loup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bells as this is the last bridge crossing. We realized then that the hotel we had booked into was on the north side of the river, technically only 25km away from Rivierre du Loop, but a two hour ferry trip (allowing for queuing time) and about $100 just for the car. No mention of this was made on Expedia, just that it was within the 25kms radius. We quickly had to book another hotel, but had to forgo the cost of the other hotel (fortunately it was a ...
... tartare but close and seafood curry with not a grain
of rice in sight - all delicious....see lots of tourists carrying lots of bags so think the shops are
Tuesday - impressed with the ferry Baie St Catherine to Tadoussac each trip we've made has had
several large highway transports some with trailers on board - although the limit is 62.5t I think
some must come close - as usual the ferry people are adept at ...
... a spot on the relevant side of the boat. It was quite comical really and a bit irritating. I wish I had been brave enough to tackle the Zodiac! We drove back through a town called St Hillaron. The centre point of every town is an elaborate Catholic Church sporting a very dominate steeple. We enjoyed a better evening meal at another pub. There is no end of places to eat and the town is filled with elderly French speaking ...
... the park on the opposite point of the Saguenay Fjord. The clash between the tide and the flow from the river is quite obvious, the whole of the estuary appearing as one giant rip. We'd arrived late afternoon, and just about to give up and leave when Paul spotted the first of the Belugas. A pod of 5 or 6. Hard to count, as they dive and move with ...
... the Indian Chapel, trail around the headlands (more whale spotting) and into the Marine Mammel Interpretation Centre. Needless to say, all about whales. And belugas. There are several resident pods that remain totally within the Seguenay Fjord and its estuary. Unfortunately, the numbers are not increasing as would be expected. Pollution of the river ...