Auberge Le Vieux Presbytere de Bouctouche

157, chemin du Couvent, Bouctouche, New Brunswick, E4S 3B8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 157, chemin du Couvent, Bouctouche, is near Irving Eco-Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Bouctouche

    Acadian Historic Village, travel to Kouchibouguac

    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jun 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... all the buildings had people dressed up and working in them just like they would of back in the Acadian time. The first part of the village was from the late 1700's - 1800's and the second was in the 1900's. There were general stores, a fishing house, farms, black smith, bar, gas station, shoe maker, wood mill, barrel maker, wheat and flour grinding shop and other houses and a hotel all a reenactment of back in the day. By 2.30 we had ...

    Kouchiba - whaaaaaa??

    A travel blog entry by youth-in-asia on Jun 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... but no matter how hard we tried, those rascals would not give up the bag of Doritos that we had been snacking on in the car (I mean can you blame them?). The critters spent the rest of the night waddling around the perimeter of the camp, hoping for extra morsels. The next morning we awoke to the buzz of hundreds of Mosquitos just outside of our tent. James jumped out of bed early to get a fire going -- the smoke from which helped to keep most of the pests away. By ...

    2014 Season Preparation

    A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Apr 15, 2014

    17 photos

    ... I found at Home Depot. I built a wooden form that kept the plastic in shape. It was really not that hard; I just used a jigsaw and cut the shape out of wood and stapled the plastic to it. I used one good thin layer of fiberglass first. Then just popped it out of the mould. Then just went in with longstrain fiberglass fill and built it up from the inside. The shape was rather square and bulky, but working it with the sander and a flapwheel on my angle grinder. The shape is ...

    Green Moose in a box!

    A travel blog entry by 6thfloorbuck on Nov 05, 2013

    4 photos

    Today I travelled to Bouctouche Coop and ANBL to help with an inspection.

    A was in a museum of cans and bottles, and jugs! Found out that my family is famous! They produce Moose Light! In all kinds of flavours, lime being my favorite.


    Cocagne Cape Day 1 of 1

    A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Sep 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the grass and killed the engine on the hard sand at the beach near the wharf that we used to sail at. This was our west wind spot. The side/offshore wind was perfect for starboard side jumps. I continued on, counter clockwise on the Rt. 530, around Cocagne Cape. It was quite cool in the wind but there were still many people on the beaches. I am still wearing my 5 year old shell with no liner with just a T Shirt underneath, but all the vents are zipped up. ...