All Seasons Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Can you believe it? Time to start making some bookings. Our hotels are pretty much looked after. We've got a spot very close to our London hotel from last year. In Dublin, we've got a highly recommended spot very near the Dublin train station. It will be a walk into town, however, so this spot may get exchanged for something closer to the action. We've decided on our 2 shows. Fay selected War Horse and I chose ...
October 3, 2014
This morning we got up and showered, had breakfast and got ready to go. We had heard of a place nearby called Magnetic Hill where your car is pulled backwards up a hill when put in neutral. We wanted to see this before we moved on to the Hopewell Rocks and Cape Enrage sites that were on our agenda. We ended up visiting with our new friends parked on both sides of us. It seems that are such ...
We stayed overnight in the small town of Sussex, known for its many murals. In the morning, we took a walk around the downtown area to see some of the 26 murals which celebrate the history of the region's heritage. While there, we talked to ...
... two stations still running and no line ups. Probably should have gone back there in the first place. From there we drove through that area and Fredericton and on to Sussex where the storm had caused very little damage. We checked into our bed and breakfast, Jonah's Place, and they immediately told us that there is a very limited number of eating establishments in Sussex. When pushed, they did mention a German place on the outside of town, kind of out ...
... Knowing how small the rooms are in European hotels, I'm certain there won't be room for much more than the beds! Although they offer free wifi, our price does not include a breakfast. You can purchase the breakfast for 8 E/person. From what I've read about the offering, we will likely take a pass on this and venture out to the various cafe's and bakeries. Now, this was not the hotel I had originally selected. That was the Hotel Crimee. Why did I change my mind you ask? Well, a ...