Granite Town Hotel

Address: 79 Main Street, Saint George, New Brunswick, E5C 3J4, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 79 Main Street, Saint George.
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      Travel Blogs from Saint George

      Last Night in Canada

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... the ferry dock, then proceeded to drive the 10 miles down to the other end of the island. The last part of our Bay of Fundy experience is to view the "Old Sow Whirlpool" formed by strong currents colliding from Passamaquoddy Bay into Bay of Fundy. I have seen similar in Puget Sound while boating but these are right off the tip of island and form large pools. Again, the tides were not as strong as when a full moon but ...

      Rainy Day

      A travel blog entry by mcmac1998 on Jun 14, 2014

      Rainy day here on Grand Manan so we are using this to get our travel blog started. Foggy here too so the lighthouse horn has been blowing every 13 seconds since about midnight last night! Had lunch back at Galloway's restaurant and they had fresh scallops, which were delicious. Doing laundry and cleaning up getting ready for our next ...

      Day 5 - enjoying an Eleanor-style day

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 12, 2013

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      ... some money, their island life was very simple. The children had very small rooms (the same size as the servants rooms!), and they never installed electricity. The living and dining rooms took advantage of the great views down to the water and across the bay to Eastport, ME, and we could see that the sea and the outdoors were the real focal points of the time the Roosevelts spent there. There were numerous model ships throughout the cottage, and it was plain to see that sailing ...

      Day 2 - our first explorations!

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 09, 2013

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      ... ferry takes a different route every day as it plies it’s way between the islands, because it’s not only dealing with tidal currents, but also avoiding the nearby whirlpool!

      After a lunch of fish cakes (we had great seafood here!) we ventured out to the tiny local library and museum to hear about the history or Campobello from the first European settlers right up to the late 1800’s, when FDR began ...

      Whale spotting in the bay of Fundy

      A travel blog entry by catndeano on Sep 16, 2011

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      ... 10am. So we headed down to the wharf where we ate our breakfast and just before 10am we went into the office to get an update. Good news, they were going out, so we paid for our tickets and waited to board. Around 10.30am we got on board and were soon heading out on the choppy bay until we got within the calmer parts around the Fundy Islands. After we'd been out for an hour or so, we spotted our ...