Motel Bonsoir

Address: 1587 Principale Street, Granby, Quebec, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 1587 Principale Street, Granby, is near Granby Zoo (Zoo de Granby) and Jardin Zoologique du Quebec.
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Travel Blogs from Granby

Gaspe Trail - the family road trip.

A travel blog entry by sunny17 on Jul 25, 2014

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... tomorrow in time for an Arbour family party ( JC's cousins). JC's family on his mother's side ( Fernande Bourdages) are all from Bonaventure; for the past 5 years Jason has had his trailer parked there and enjoyed the Gaspe region. Since camping even in a trailer is not my style, we have rented a 3 bedroom cottage for the week 10 mins away from Jason and next to the water. We are planning a surf and turf supper at the ...


A travel blog entry by jeremyrose on Mar 30, 2014

... off, then went home, ate yummy food and lay down. And then not shortly after wards we went to my very first Canadian ice hockey game. The Ottawa senators against the Nashville predators it was really boring up until the last period were the Nashville predators were winning and the Ottawa senators were losing but caught up and then there were lots of attempts at each other until unfortunately the sens goaly wasn't able to block a shot and we lost. But during the game ...

Day 1: The Adventure Begins........

A travel blog entry by mckelsos on Jun 13, 2009

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... death, we contined through the park and were able to touch baby sharks and Heidi even took a ride on a pony! We stayed until closing and rode from Granby to Sherbrooke. Upon arrival in Sherbrooke we found a Scores and settled in for a nice family meal within walking distance from our Delta hotel. The delta was a suite so Mom and Dad were stuck on the pull out while ...

Toronto, Canada

A travel blog entry by jm-bvm on Jun 12, 2007

... and Canadian) Horseshoe falls on the Canadian side was the most impressive and after getting very wet felt we'd had the full experience. Today (12th) took VIA train from Toronto to Dorval (near Montreal) were met by Dave and Jill Cheney who took us to their house in Beaconsfield. Jill was a school friend and we hadn't met since 1959 so it was quite an event and we have lots of catching up to do over the next couple of ...

Among the Quebecois

A travel blog entry by alicecrabtree on Oct 27, 2006

... in finding such a hip culture that was so French but just so not. Unfortunately the weather got the better of us, we were walking down to Vieux Montreal, soaked jeans to the knees with the umbrella in front of us, a shield from the biting rain that was coming at us sideways, that we decided to give up and go to Ottawa earlier than planned, merciless to the idea of a home cooked meal and dry socks. ...