Old Orchard Inn & Spa
Travel Blogs from Wolfville
... beams worked well, but I had to travel at 60-70 kph in order to see the curves and small critters. I saw 2 deer, but fortunately they were in the field too far off the road to cause trouble for me.
I stopped in Kentville to hydrate, put on a warm sweater, have a snack and stretch. I took the TransCanada highway to Greenwood and thought I might follow a car to take advantage of someone else's headlights. In order to do ...
I've titled this entry "Checking Out" because it feels like we've just taken a break from our holiday and went home. It's the feeling of home because of the people you are with, rather than the physical destination of home. We didn't schedule a new activity or have to step out of our comfort zone. We sat, relaxed, did odd jobs around the house and rekindled a very special friendship that originated a long time ago when I lived in Crossfield. There are some people in ...
- Wake up to sun again and of course the wonderful view. We drive into the town of Parsbourro and have a great lunch of fried clams and pan fried Flounder. Really enjoy both!
- Back to the campsite and Danny goes for a swim at high tide on the estuary side which will be dry in 4 hours. We then go ...
... campsite that is 10 kms away by road but a 30 minute walk at low tide. It is a wonderful warm evening and very interesting walking in places that in 5 hours will be 40 feet deep with water! The tide this night is 48 feet.
- Another nice moonlight ...
- Travel day today as we are heading to the other side of Bay Of Funday to Five Islands Provincial Park. The drive is mostly across the peninsula away from the water on good roads.. We come upon a great Veggie Market that is the size of a small supermarket with very fresh and cheap (for here) veggies and fruit. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center