Amsterdam Inn Sussex

Address: 143 Main St, Sussex, New Brunswick, E4E 1S8, Canada | Hotel
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          1700's Sailing is NOT the Life for Me

          A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 20, 2015

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          ... homeward journey was the Grohmann Knife factory in the village of Pictou. Some of the knives made by this company are on display in the Museum of Modern Art in NY City so we thought it would be a worthwhile visit. Buddy studied the selection and picked a new skinning knife. Also, the village had an exhibit and replica of a 1700's passenger ship called the Hector. In 1773 the British ran many Scotts off of their land ...

          Timing is critical

          A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Dec 03, 2014

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          ... they actually cancelled sailings for a few days.

          As I passed Salisbury (just past Moncton), a tow truck was trying to pull a semi-truck and trailer out of a very steep ditch. If I had the time, I would have pulled over and watched as I suspected the grade of the ditch was going to make this task pretty challenging.

          In the end, I managed to make the 5.5 hour journey with only one potty break - a big accomplishment for someone with ...

          Fundy Fun

          A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 03, 2014

          13 photos

          ... floor around rocks that resemble towers or hoodoos. We arrived and paid our $17.99 entrance fee for the 2 of us. It seemed a little pricey for something that is a naturally occurring thing. It was a pleasant hike on the top of the cliff through a forest to get to a long metal staircase that takes you to the bottom to walk on "the ocean floor." It is about the equivalent of 3 stories down. The rock formations and caves were all ...

          Backtracking Some--Better View With No Rain!

          A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 09, 2014

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... is a period called 'ebb tide' where the tide is moving, then there is a period of 'slack tide' where it is still, then reverses. At Hopewell Rocks, it is always in movement. We hope to see the the 'flower pots' or 'hay stacks.' This is where the water has eroded the rocks and grows on topof them!

          I went out about 10:00 pm with the large moon up and the tide an hour from being back in. The boats I saw on the sea floor are now bobbing!!


          Faith Restored

          A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Mar 26, 2014

          1 comment, 1 photo

          Here we are 5 weeks to the day until we'll be departing...and did I mention we are back to 2? Due to a medical situation, Susan is no longer able to travel with us. Now, as most of you know, I'm quite frugal when I travel. Always looking for the best deal, the optimum time to book to get that few "quid" off the price. So needless to say, some of my bookings, like Eurostar and theatre tickets are clearly identified as "non transferable, non refundable". I'm usually careful ...