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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... which is only accessible via a short ferry crossing... and it really was a short crossing, i don't think I had put my hand on the handbrake before we were beckoned off the ferry. As soon as we arrived we realised what a picturesque and tranquil place Tadoussac is. Its surrounded by a fjord and you'll see from the photos that that makes for some fantastic scenery. We found a nice little Cafe for dinner where I had the elk, venison and deer cannelloni... I ...
... after and I so I bought them there. They are amazing, and I would highly recommend noise cancelling headphones to anyone planning to fly. You don't realise just how noisy planes are until you can block out the noise. No more playing movies at maximum volume to try and hear it over the engines, and it helps to block out the cabin noise and screaming kids too!! A much more enjoyable journey. The rest of the day was spent driving ...
... 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 ...
... met was polite and helpful. We pulled into the Municipal campground and it was relatively empty. After setting up we took a 2 hour walk along the rivers shore. The river is getting very wide now and the only way across is by ferry and there seem to be a few routes near the larger cities. Not much else to report today as we are just relaxing and taking it ...
... drove to the old part on Montreal over cobble-stone streets. We spent the rest of our day there looking through old churches and dining at restaurants. It was great!
The next day, we drove to Quebec city and stayed there two nights. Our free-of-driving day was spent touring old Quebec. Old Quebec is one of the two last standing walled cities in all ...