Lakeview Inns & Suites Bathurst
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke up around 2 am, hearing what I at first thought was wind, but turned out to be waves lapping at the rocky shore just below our front wheels. By the time we got out of bed a few hours later we saw the tidal zone exposed again. One last walk and photo shoot along the tide pools, then off to New Brunswick and points south.
We cut across the Gaspe Peninsula through what is the northern most portion of the Appalachian Mountains. At Campbellton, New ...
... begins. It was a little before 4:00 pm and we were getting hungry. We had passed several interesting restaurants, but thought we might still find something in Campbellton, a decent-sized city right inside New Brunswick.
Well, I took the lead . . . and wouldn't you know it . . . the entire #$%!& downtown was under construction. I made a couple of attempts to find a street with possibilities and ...
... bathroom. The village in a very large property. The heat of the day and the mosquitoes of the season dominated my afternoon visit, but did not spoil it. I was directed to park my car some distance away from the Chateau, but a Model T Ford eased that transition and I arrived in style. Later I climbed aboard a horse-drawn wagon for a full tour of the complex. It is very nice to hear the French language all around ...
... her dog. She noted my Nova Scotia licence plate and asked all the friendly questions people ask out of town guests. She encouraged me into the house to meet the University history students who would give me a tour when I return from Caraquet. When she heard I had a snack in the car and would enjoy that before driving north on Highway 11 she offered me the use of the Aitken's parlour to eat rather than my car. I declined graciously. New Brunswick hospitality at its ...
Well, as pretty as PEI is, I wouldn't recommend taking a class A Moho. Roads are too narrow and there are so many side roads and numbered highways that constantly change which makes it easy to go around in circles. :-) I would love to go back to PEI one ...