The Florentine Artist " Guido Nincheri" painted the Fresco's and stained glass windows in the church. The architecture in the "dom Bellot" style is composed of pink granite from the North shore of the St. Lawrence River.
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745 Boul Lafleche, Baie-comeau, QC G5C1C6
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Have been there three times on a business trip. There is a new administration and they are doing...more
The picture is of the Bar and the wall at the back is solid rock and part of the mountain as the hotel is built into the mountain third floor being on the top of this hill.They have two rooms available and we had the main dining room for 52 people including our driver and guide. We had supper and breakfast here and they were excellent with good service.
Favorite Dish: Fresh salmon plate for supper
Bacon and eggs for breakfast.
We were on a guided tour with a bus taking us from Joliette for a 7 day tour of the North and east of Quebec. Our Motel Manager was our local guide for the tour .
The huge assortment of sandbars revealed in the St. Lawrence River behind Champlain Avenue can be an interesting place to explore, especially on a warm sunny day, but find out what the daily tide schedule is before you go, or keep a wary eye on whether the tide is going out or coming in while you are out there. As the tide rises, the sandbars tend to become encircled, cutting them off from the shoreline, and the water temperatures in the St. Lawrence River can be extremely cold, even for wading.
We left the rest stop at 5.30PM past Forest-ville at 5.30PM and arrived at our Motel Le Comte at 6.45PM a total of 665KM for our first day of a seven day trip.
A welcomed rest stop on the St. Lawrence River at 5.15PM
Here we are opposite The Provincial Park called "THE BIC" on the south shore..about 45KM away.
We now took route 138 (after dinner at La Mal Baie) 2.40PM. If one wanted to go the CASINO you take 362 West to POINT AUX PIC
It was foggy all the way through mountain passes as big as one sees in the West ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
We finally arrived at the ferry to cross The Saguenay River at BAIE ST CATHERINE at 4PM.