Motel Harricana

Address: 100 3e Rue, Chibougamau, Quebec, G8P 1R7, Canada | Motel
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This motel is located on 100 3e Rue, Chibougamau.
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Travel Blogs from Chibougamau

Pligrimage - Pelerinage en Abitibi

A travel blog entry by frenat on Jun 26, 2008

21 photos

On June 25th, we (the gang along with Pierre`s parents, sisters and respective familes) all departed for the region Abitibi where Pierre and his family grew up. This region is about 6 hours north of Montreal. It`s a gold mining region. This was a real pilgrimage, went back to all the importants sites where we grew up. On June 29th, we had a big family reunion with the Turgeon family (Pierre`s mom side of the ...

Introduction (1ère partie / Part One)

A travel blog entry by travellingjon on May 06, 2008

4 comments, 4 photos

(English version of this entry will follow, English-readers please scroll down) Bonjour tout le monde ! Ça y est, c'est (presque) fait. Avec plus ou moins 115 jours avant le départ, mon voyage en Europe, mon "comeback", comme j'aime l'appeler, est plus que jamais sur la bonne voie : Pierre-Luc Gagnon, mon fidèle compagnon et meilleur ami, est maintenant sûr à 99% de me joindre, du moins dans la première partie de ...

Up the Saint Maurice River

A travel blog entry by lroff on May 28, 2006

6 photos

... part of the Invasion of the province of Quebec by Americans, who came from the Boston area) during the American Revolutionary War. It has now relinquished some of its importance to the two major cities of Quebec, the metropolis of Montreal and capital of Quebec City but remains one of the principal medium-sized cities of Quebec, along with Saguenay, Sherbrooke and Gatineau. It is a port and an industrial center. The city took its name from the ...

I don't like eggs, dad

A travel blog entry by algoma on Jul 27, 2005

1 photo

... the 60 km drive down a gravel road to the campground, we really felt like we were in the middle of nowhere. lovely. we ended up getting to the campground early and sat about in the blisteringly hot, windy, weather. those backcountry campers who tried to set out on grand lake were slammed back into the shore. it's not often that you see whitecaps on lakes up north, at least for me. as we set up, a red squirrel made his presence known. he would ...

Oui - Oui - Oui

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour on May 20, 2005

... great visit, now up North at Alma, going hiking this weekend in Saqueney Park, then South after the long weekend. Really quiet up here, beautiful and trees are almost blooming - still ice on some of the lakes at altitude. Write more soon and catch up , ...