Wickwire House Bed and Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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The stay in Lunenberg at the historic B&B is a nice one. After a waffle and fruit breakfast we get going at about 10:30. We follow the coast on back roads that twist along the east shoreline. The houses are kept up, newly painted and the lawns and gardens are green and trimmed. We see very few homes that need attention. The lobster boats moored in the bay's are colorful and picturesque. We totally enjoy the couple of hours we motor ...
On August, we marveled at the tides rising by the Hopewell Rocks on the west side of the Bay of Fundy. On September 9-11 we stayed at Five Islands Campground overlooking five islands on the eastern side of the Bay of Fundy. With the greatest tides in the world, twice a day the water flows into the bay and then recedes from the shore, leaving 2 miles of mud where it had been. At low tide, a few people were ...
... with any of them but I loved the label on TOM ---Betty bought a bottle of that, in fact. It had a picture on the label of Tom who was a worker in the vineyard for 35 years.
We went to Evangeline Beach and watched a gazillion sandpipers flying in formation. Amazing sight. Drove home on the old #1 highway through little towns and villages with lots of quaint restaurants and shops. Tonight begins the 500 tournament! ...
... because these friendly folks wanted to give us advice on all the places we should visit. One guy insisted that we needed to go to his place in Newfoundland by ferry. He had a very persuasive argument but then he had no idea what the cost for Sparky on the ferry would be. We opted to spend the afternoon looking at Fisherman Cove and doing laundry.
Fisherman's Cove was disappointing. It was just a series of small fishing ...
... coast to finally reach out campsite Shipyard campground. The tide was out, so after we finished setting up camp, we walked down the steep beach to water's edge where Sraddha dipped her toes in and also found this cool scallop shell which we brought back to camp.
We stopped in at the restaurant for some chowder and home made apple pie. Yum. We went back the next day for another slice-a-pie! We have wifi ...