Motel Le Perroquet

Address: 1650, avenue du Pont Sud, Alma, Quebec, G8B 6N4, Canada | Motel
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This motel is located on 1650, avenue du Pont Sud, Alma.
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Travel Blogs from Alma

To the Saguenay Fjord and Marine Park

A travel blog entry by justasplash on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

We started out at 6:25 AM this morning and a couple of hours into our trip we came upon a pod of beluga whales. They were swimming up the river so we stopped our engine as they got closer. Paul go some great pictures on his camera. We watched them for about 15 minutes. Two of them swam about 3 feet deep under our swim platform. Just before we got to Tadoussac we came upon a bunch of whale watching boats. They were looking for some whales and we saw a very large whale blow ...

Grandma's cooking

A travel blog entry by marty_sk on Jul 01, 2013

It's time to leave the fishing lodge mid morning and I jump in the back of an off road buggy with two of Emily's sisters and her brother for the ride back to Emily's parents. That afternoon we visit Emily's grandmother again and she prepares an amazing lunch for us including a blueberry, maple syrup ice cream and sponge ...

The fishing lodge

A travel blog entry by marty_sk on Jun 29, 2013

Our convoy of 4x4's, dirt bikes, ATV's and off-road buggy is packed up and set to depart by midmorning. Arriving at la-dore we quickly find space in a cabin with Katy and her boyfriend which has established the rule of no kids and no dogs. With camp sorted we head off in two 4x4's to find a lake and get some fishing and drinking ...

Starting out from home...

A travel blog entry by pegluc on Feb 27, 2013

2 photos

First stage is through the park and to Quebec! The weather is great here; no snow and nice roads. Well, the Laurentien Park was great; clear, dry roads. No traffic in Quebec and great chicken at St. Hubert's. Thirty minutes outside of Quebec we were greeted with Mother Nature at her finest; major snowstorm! We followed and are continuing to follow the red tail lights ahead of us . We are taking it slow and thinking ADVENTURE! Poor Luc who is driving and me often saying ...

Saguenay Fjord and Port

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Sep 22, 2011

9 photos

... scenic sites in the area. The Saguenay area is beautiful being in a fjord of the Saguenay river into the St Lawrence. The hills leading down to the water remind me of the Cascades, by that I mean they are covered in green fir and broad leaf trees with rock outcropping's every where. It was like someone flooded the Puget Sound basin up to the Cascades. In the Saguenay area it self the land was dotted with farmlands adding to a very cozy countryside.

And to end this entry as ...