Motel L'Islet

Address: 71, chemin de L'Islet , Ile aux Coudres, Quebec, G0A 1X0, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 71, chemin de L'Islet , Ile aux Coudres, is near Isle aux Coudres and Lake Massawipi.
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Travel Blogs from Ile aux Coudres

A Full Day of Riding in the Rain

A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Aug 28, 2014

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... gusts to who knows what proved to make it interesting to just stay on the road in your lane. I think it may have been easier on the sidecar as it has more mass than Bill's RT and so held on better, but it was still a struggle. The temperature went down to 50 degrees at about 1000 but gradually warmed back up to 57 over the course of the day. The amount of roadwork being done only added to the fun, with frequent " Travouix Ahead" signs indication another wait of from 5 to ...


A travel blog entry by justasplash on Aug 03, 2014

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We traveled down the St. Lawrence and saw the Montmorency Falls on the way. We saw our first marine mammal, a harbor seal today with hopes of many more tomorrow. We saw several large ships and a ferry but not many other boats. We arrived here about 4:45 PM. It's a small marina with rock breakwaters. We had a quick rain shower after we arrive with a ...


A travel blog entry by patrickverhaar on Jul 03, 2014

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... road is fine. Stopped for a sandwich in St-Fidèle and later in La Malbaie which was a good decision because the sky looked very dark and when I stepped out of the supermarket it started raining. Thanks to smartphone and mobile internet I figured this would take a good half our to pass. Shelter in front of the supermarket while eating, very effficient. More climbing was waiting for me after lunch. Roads still wet but my bike rack kept my back dry at least. The wind was not as bad as ...

Climbing, climbing, climbing

A travel blog entry by patrickverhaar on Jun 30, 2014

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... on the side of the road about 5km for the top, the top was worth to stop and make a picture. Over the top down to Baie St-Paul mainly consists of breaking to keep control for the speed. Without luggage it's a nice part to set speed records, but not today. After Baie St-Paul the real challenge started, route 362. Short climbs of about 200 height difference and very steep I was going from my smallest gear to the highest almost. ...

Travel along the 138 Scenic Highway to Quebec City

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jun 22, 2014

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... got really nice views out over the Saint Laurence River and saw a big cruise ship that was parked in the harbor. We walked all the way around to the Citadelle and saw lots of people setting up for the big concert to happen on the 24th for there National day. We walked out of the old town and sat at Macaz down a kewl street lined with lots of nice looking restaurants. We carried on to the Battlefields Park to look at the ...