Auberge Wild Rose Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the region. Food... So much wonderfully delectable food ( minus the horse option): appetizers, soups, salads, fish, chicken, pork, lamb, beef and a multitude of breads and desserts to try. Schnapps, Rudesheim coffee, wine, beer. They have sparkling iced tea in Europe! Now we're home. With piles of laundry and a huge necessity to start a diet! Hello, Annie, we're home. Hello ...
Cornwell: So here we are at the KOA Camp grounds in Cornwell which is a 15 minute drive from Charlottetown. We left our hotel at Moncton around 0900 and went down the road for breakfast at Tim Hortons again due to the line up for free breakfast at the hotel. At least at Tims you still line up but you get far better quality food. So after a Bagel & hot chocolate we set off for the town of Shediac on the Northern coast towards PEI. This part of New Brunswick is all very ...
Today was our visit to Hopewell Rocks. We did stop by on our way home Friday from Fundy National Park to observe the high tide. This gave us a chance to see the difference between high and low tide in the Bay of Fundy. The tide difference, between high and low was about 40 ft. It really is amazing that the tide changes that much each day!! At low tide you can walk the ocean floor and observe the ...
... Back at Angie's, we bumped into the host and her husband doing lawn work as we pulled in the driveway. They suggested our lunch spot for dinner and apologized on behalf of their town for not having more eateries from which to choose. They also welcomed us to walk around their property. A 300 acre plot overlooking the Bay of Fundy, the land had been deeded to Angie's family by King George. Used in the past for the Acadian tradition of harvesting ...
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I tried to give Julie a visual perspective of the valley so I took her to the look-off near both Bridgetown and Blomidon. We drove up and down highway 201, 1, 101, 221 and along the top of of South Mountain on Harmony Road so I think she saw the valley from most angles. The drawback to taking a different route on every outing is that it can be very confusing for finding your way home. I remember ...