Mahogany Manor Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The Loyalist Route - a well designed pamphlet shows the highlights of Loyalist settlements in the Lower River Passage. There are 24 places to see with many kilometres of driving between some of them. My visit to Saint John gave me the opportunity to see the Loyalist Landing site, Loyalist House on Union Street, the burial ground, and Trinity …
... the reversing waterfall from downtown. He advised us to drive as it was a long walk and on the other side of the river. We took his advice and hurried in the direction he showed us to go, following the signs and admiring the beautiful architecture of the old homes as we went. We got to a big bridge and got out where a big tour bus was stopped thinking this was the best viewing spot. We took a few pictures and then as we were driving back into town we saw a sign ...
... cabbage and mashed potatoes - a very nice change from fish! Afterwards we sat out by the waterfront and had drinks while we listened to some live music. One of the singers was a 13 year old girl from Nova Scotia named Mikalya Webb - keep an eye out for this aspiring country star - she was incredible!
On our way out of town we stopped at the famous "Reversing Falls" where, at a narrow section of the Saint John River, the high tide of the Bay of Fundy is higher than ...
... he recalled this colourful breakfast cereal from 2-3 years back at a Flaherty Family reunion.
May served up huge breakfasts, especially for those like me who circled pretty much everything on the menu. She also baked all day and there were stacks of cookies when we got home each day - my will power was not at its best - yummy!
The French family was staying at the B&B (Corey, Roxanne, Jaden ...
... out and finally Sue at 5 months out. And here we are into single digits. Everything is booked and a lot is paid for. Which is good with the ever decreasing value of the Canadian dollar. I do have one big dilemma, though. I've just learned that the old Granada Studios, where Coronation Street has been filmed for 50 years, is opening up for tours. Filming has been moved to a new studio, but the old sets and street scenes are iconic. There's even one full day ...