Days Inn Riviere du Loup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that beautiful site. The information provided indicates that these falls are higher than Niagara, but they are not as wide and the impact is certainly less impressive. Nonetheless, we like waterfalls and one of the great things about this location is they have a foot bridge that passes right over the crest of the falls. We took a cable car to the top and headed over toward the location of the falls. On the way up we could get ...
We left Quebec City a bit too early and ended up in the tail end of rush hour traffic. A bit of stop and go traffic for a few kilometers and then it picked up again, so it really wasn't to bad.
We crossed the St. Lawrence River and travelled east along it's south shore. The area is still very flat with a lot of farmland. Again, thank goodness, ...
... world. Tropical rainforests, maple forests, the gulf of the St. Lawrence river, the Labrador coasts and a sub-arctic climate were all involved. Each was re-created to be something like it would be in the wild. It was so cool! I saw tons of animals there, from piranhas to puffins and from sting rays to macaws. It was one amazing place all right.
... comes and I am taken to the harbour. It is cold today and though I am rugged up I'm freezing. I don't know how Hinesh is dealing with the zodiac. We board the boat and I take a seat inside. The 3 hour cruise starts and I initially tried to brave it outside but the wind chill was too much for this Aussie. On the cruise I see the Minke, Baluga, Fin, Humpback whales and some grey seals. It was cool to see them but way too far for my liking. But I guess they aren't going to come close ...
... seemed to be the only type they sell; so even though tonight we had a choice of some lovely flavours Tom and I stuck to the good old whippy. Molly broke with tradition and had a frozen raspberry yoghurt. The friendly locals wanted to take photos for us as Nick was taking one of the three of us on our "velos". One of them thought we had cycled our way from the UK and as his English was not as good as we have been used to and our French very hit and miss I think he still might!