Travel Blogs from St. Martins, Canada

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another day in this great village, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

another day in this great village

A travel blog entry by karengilmore

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... nbsp;       Wake up to rain as predicted but it stops by 10am so we hop on our bikes and tour St Martins by bike… Look at more nice houses and actually go in the largest 19th century house in town that is now a ...

Crates & Caves, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

Crates & Caves

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... Chocolate River for lunch and then at Alma for one of Kelly's famous sticky buns. Yum, yum! The scenic route then continued to St Martins where we witnessed boats landing on crates at low tide and also saw some sea caves. We then headed off towards Saint ...

Saint John, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

Saint John

A travel blog entry by beanthere

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... ; Stopped for a bit, fish & chips, then back to the library which was closing at 5pm.  Unfortunately, I didn't have time to go to the museum.  Que sera.  Back on the road and drove to St. Martins.  Tomorrow is the sea caves! ...

Day 9-Sea Caves and the Fundy Trail, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

Day 9-Sea Caves and the Fundy Trail

A travel blog entry by janmariewv

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... Dragon" which he watched with his girls when they were little. We made sure to get a picture! We crossed the border to Canada at Calais and stopped to get information on New Brunswick. Here we got a surprise message from our ...

Oh, Canada....., St. Martins, Canada travel blog

Oh, Canada.....

A travel blog entry by brian_stevens

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... was a nice touch also. We topped it off by sharing an old-fashioned chocolate milkshake on our way out. On our way to St. Martins, we photographed our first "Moose Alert" road sign, and while pulled over watched a Sharp-shinned hawk try to nab a sparrow ...

Fundy Fun, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

Fundy Fun

A travel blog entry by danbren

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... detained at the border for an hour we made our way to one of the two CGs an information person said was open, St. Martin's, quaint and reachable only by a torturously bumpy road. It is an historic town where over 500 ships were built during the "golden ...

Sea Caves und Leuchttürme, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

Sea Caves und Leuchttürme

A travel blog entry by 2traveltheworld

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... das Ruder in die Hand genommen und uns auf den Trans-Canada Highway 2 gelotst. Auf ging es Richtung Westen mit Ziel St. Martins.  So fuhren wir also los, ich als Designated Driver, Liam als Beifahrer und Navigator und Julia auf dem Rücksitz mit der ...

The river reverses!, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

The river reverses!

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke

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... high tide and rushed over to see the mighty St John's river running backwards from the small overlook.  We explored downtown St John's including the City Market (nicely renovated) and the New Brunswick Museum (a history, geology, and art museum all ...

into Lovely village of St martins, St. Martins, Canada travel blog

into Lovely village of St martins

A travel blog entry by karengilmore

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... we head across the Bay to St Martins on the south shore of New Brunswick. Uneventful drive as mostly on highways but the drive into St Martins is an adventure with lots of frost heaves pot holes and 16% grades (and I thought 13 at Cape Breton was steep). ...

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