Sainte-Adèle Travel Guide

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    Obviously, Un Bain de Nature Bagni

    by feline01 Updated May 20, 2003

    As I wrote on the intro page, this place is fantastic. A vacation/holiday doesn't always have to be rush-rush-rush. Take some time with your loved ones to relax. And this place can't be beat to do that. We spent hours swimming in the pool, swimming in the river, going into the sauna and going into the jacuzzi. I felt like a new person when I left. And all this for $20CN for the entire day!!!

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    Restaurant Aux Tourterelles: Looking for something a bit different

    by feline01 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    This is one of the finer restaurants in the area with a strong emphasis on local produce, organic when available and very fresh food. Beautiful dining area across from one of the area's many lakes.

    Favorite Dish: Vegetarian Platter

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Sainte-Adèle Nightlife

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    Bourbon Street North: Great music & live concerts.

    by irishgalmtl Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This place Is great for a few great reasons yes It maybe an hr away from Montreal and It is a club but the also have a hotel next to the club so you do not have to travel after drinking.
    I have been here more times than I can remember and always had a great time.
    I have seen many of live bands here when the come to Bourbon.
    This a great night spot and if you are here in the summer they have a pool and no you are not allowed in at night.
    I have seen bands such as George Throgood and the destroyers, Egar Winters, Alice Cooper and others.

    Dress Code: Come as u r , Jeans is always great.

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Sainte-Adèle Off The Beaten Path

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    A rest stop on the Linear Park

    by feline01 Written May 21, 2003

    As I described in my Val David page, the Linear Park is a 200K hiking/biking/cross-country skiing/snowmobiling trail stretching from St. Jerome to Mont-Laurier. It's very easy to go village to village since accomodation and dining can be found along the trail at each village. The lengths between villages vary but can be as little as 2-3 miles. Anyway, if you're passing through or wish to start your journey at Saint-Adele, don't miss the Cafe de la Gare et Boutique Espresso Sports. It's almost impossible to miss it since it's directly on the Linear Park and next to a parking lot. Not only do they have coffee and light meals, they rent bikes and sell sporting goods. Very cute building, renovated train station hence the name (cafe de la gare).

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