What an awesome coffee stop view!
Cape George lighthouse (number 149 and counting...)
Hey Faith, here's your Mum and Dad again!
Nancy, Hans-Peter, Paul and Vivian in persue of whales and puffins
Numerous bikes on the ferry. No, we're not the only riders around here...
The group at the North Atlantic Aviation Museum in Gander
St. John's is famous for the rows of brightly painted houses
Spotting icebergs at Long Point, Twillingate Island
The granite lighthouse at Rose Blanche
Sunset over Lobster Point
World famous Cabot Trail
Picnic No. 2 at lighthouse No. 94
Pre-ferry dinner at the Lobster Galley
Crossing over Seal Island Bridge
Lunch in Beanie's Bistro, Sherbrooke
The historic village of Sherbrooke
Fixing a flat tyre after lunch is a good exercise to burn some of the calories...
What a great team building experience!
Just a spectacular place to spend the night!
Sunsets all look the same? Well, even if they do, they all look great!
The lighthouse at Peggy's Cove is said to be the world's most photographed one.
The rest day group at Peggy's Cove
Lunenburg with its UNESCO-protected old town
The group at Five Islands lighthouse
Our third riding day was unusually short: less than 400 km left plenty of time for photo stops and for a leisurly picnic, prepared by chef de cuisine David. Just a gorgeous day!
View of and from Fort Beauséjour
The wind was fierce at times today and made riding difficult
We found a lovely spot for a coffee break
Paul & Vivian, Andreas & Gabriele, Thomas & Honda...
Master-Chef David and his creations
Picnic with a view!
View of Vieux Quebec and Chateau Frontenac from the ferry
The bikes, lined up, waiting for action
Beautiful lunch spot. The restaurant was full, but the non-alcohol-section was empty...
Tony picked something light for lunch...
... later he kissed his bike good night and tenderly covered it...
First riding day! Heading off to New Brunswick!
The group of 14, enjoying their first dinner together.
The old town of Quebec City is unlike any other city in North America. It's old, it's beautiful, it has loads of atmosphere. Narrow, cobble-stoned alleys, numerous churches, people speaking French: this does not feel like Canada at all, and that's because it really isn't Canada, it's Quebec. Here are some impressions.
The Canadian Maple Leaf flying in front of Chateau Frontenac
Sweeping views of the St. Lawrence
Monument of Samuel de Champlain, founder of Quebec (in 1608)
The Chateau Frontenac is probably Canada's most famous hotel
Summer nightlife in downtown Quebec