L'Anse-Saint-Jean Travel Guide

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    bistro's minature house
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L'Anse-Saint-Jean Things to Do

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    by L-A Written Jun 17, 2004

    See Nativity scene travelogue - you can see the outdoor ones for free anytime of year. The other ones are inside the Riviere Eternitie church, in the basement. Its open Christmastime, all summer, and available for appt at other times. The church is right on Rte 170 before the turn to Baie Eternite and the park entrance. The outdoor creches are to the left of the church as you continue on Rte 170 towards St Felix d'Otis ...

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L'Anse-Saint-Jean Nightlife

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    by L-A Written Jun 17, 2004

    This was a charming spot for a few drinks. We saw a folk-blues artist there and were warmly welcomed. The bartender even knew English. Art from local artists adorned the rustic walls. During the day, it also had a great view of the river and fjord.

    Dress Code: No special dress code, but suggest dress nicely (although people smoke there, so it need not be fancy)

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L'Anse-Saint-Jean Warnings and Dangers

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    by L-A Written Jun 17, 2004

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    This could be hard on your car. UP, down, around bends, crazy fast Quebec drivers, and then locals who drive their sea planes, which caused many people to pull over just to watch.

    And the guys poor dog was whining (maybe he wanted to go too! Tony filmed the whole thing on video as you can see in the pic

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L'Anse-Saint-Jean Off The Beaten Path

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    by L-A Written Jun 17, 2004

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    Sometimes you have to tell the driver to stop. I did, since I want to paint this scene. This was between Petit Saguenay and Sagard - on Rte 170

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