Old Orchard Inn & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Wolfville
... dove into a plate of Digby clams while Donna munched on fish and chips. We checked out the Bluenose II and enjoyed the sights and sounds of Lunnenburg.
Our last day in Wolfville was a relaxing time spent in town and walking the gardens of The Blomidon Inn where we were staying. Tonight we pack and tomorrow it's off to Halifax for a final night of revelry. Thanks to everyone who followed our travels and we hope you had as much fun as we have. See you next ...
We spent yesterday evening looking for somewhere to stay
tomorrow but we are loath to leave this beautiful spot and none of us are keen
to spend hours in the car again. Nick and I popped over to the farmhouse hoping
that the website for the house was incorrect and that we could stay another
night. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case so after ...
... 1873 and remained in use until the 1970s. The tide was low, but not at its lowest. I missed that by about one hour. At 7:5 5 am ADT the low tide was at -10.40 feet (-3.17 meters). I had expected the revealed sea bed colour to appear more "terracotta" than it was. The incoming tides fill narrow rivers creating tidal bores with the Atlantic Ocean's salt water and then later suck them dry to reveal a red shiny mud that is carved by the power of the water. We should be ...
... German family with there 3 boys, they were a really friendly. After the cruise we caught the 5pm ferry back from Long Island to the mainland and headed back to Digby. We stopped there to get some dinner then carried on to New Mina's where we found a Timmies to talk to my family. We talked for over an hour and a half which was nice.. We found Walmart about 10 minutes down the road and called it a ...
... sale the strange breaded owner thought we were someone interested in buying. Backtracked to the gravel road leading to Blomidon went to the end of the road to the waters edge, saw a pheasant (heard a lot of gun shots must be shooting the poor pheasants) passed grazing cattle, horses, goats and fields of cabbage, corn and other veggies. There was marshland to the shores edge and the shoreline and beach of Minas Bay is just like ...