Mount-Royal Park, Montreal17 Feb 2016

Mount-Royal Park, Montreal

Mount-Royal Park, at the same name hill, is one of the places you must definitely visit in Montreal. This mountain is in the middle of the city, it’s visible almost from every part of it and rules its panorama. It was turned into a park in 1876. It’s divided into three areas: two cemeteries and the park itself, with several viewpoints and many paths that cross the mountain in every possible direction. You can access

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Visit to Montreal – Points of interest16 Feb 2016

Visit to Montreal – Points of interest

Montreal was the last stage of our route through Canada. We stayed there only two days, but we had enough time to know some quarters and point of interests of the city. The travel by car from Tadoussac was longer than we expected, partly because another storm fell upon us and partly because of the traffic at the entrance of the city, so we arrived to the hotel half an hour late.

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Saguenay Fjord15 Feb 2016

Saguenay Fjord

The other trip we made while we were in Tadoussac area was a car travel along one of the roads surrounding Saguenay fjord until Saint Jean Lake. Once again, the weather wasn’t good. Furthermore, these roads aren’t very fast, so we didn’t make a long journey. Saint Jean Lake is more than 3 hours away from Tadoussac, and considering the threat of rain, we didn’t go very far.

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Whale watching in Tadoussac15 Feb 2016

Whale watching in Tadoussac

As I told you the weather wasn’t good at all in this stage of the journey, so we took the first opportunity we had when it stopped raining to buy the tickets for the next whale watching excursion. The cruise lines, whether ships or zodiacs (pneumatic boats), leave from every village in this piece of coast at different hours during the day, to try to watch whales. It seems really simple to see them, especially

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