Old Orchard Inn & Spa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The next day we drove up to Blomidon Provincial Park which is past Wolfville and a cool little outcropping along the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy. It was an ugly day outside so we started our hike early to try to avoid the rain that was inevitable. The park itself was closed and there was a nice big warning asking hikers to wear Hunter Orange to avoid getting shot by hunters. Chris wore ...
... they had a brochure outside and we did a self guided tour of the area. This is Canada's 16th World Heritage site and was just named so in 2012 and is 5 square miles in area. In 1680, the Acadians built dykes and wooden sluices to reclaim the land from the sea. With the tides in the area being over 40 feet from high to low this was an amazing feat. They lived in harmony with the indigenous First Nations people, the Mi'kmaq tribe. It is ...
Well this it. We're finally at the end of our little adventure. We've been enjoying Wolfville Nova Scotia and the surrounding area for the last few days. Tomorrow we head into Halifax for our final day of our trip before catching a very early flight back to Calgary Saturday morning. We'll be weighed down by souvenirs and memories of our trip to last us for quite some time. There is plenty to see and taste here in Nova Scotia. Lobster rolls were first on the ...
... park on the site purchased by John Frederic Herbin in 1907 believed to be the site of Saint-Charles-des-Mines Church to preserve it for the Acadian (French) community.
Quick drive on Hwy 101 to Greenwich topped up the petrol $125.9 (old station too expensive) the roads here are bloody awful all pot holes roadworks on one side of the road through Port Williams had to take turns in using one side. Jill was a bit of help ...
... Wolfville is coming up turn at Exit 10 onto Hwy 1 down a small highway with maples on both side very pretty with old homes, B&B, cottages on each side and then the town of Wolfville with its old wooden front painted shops.
Did a few twists and turns and ended up in front of the old delapitated house which couldn't be our cottage I checked the address and Richard had keyed in 24 Gaspereau Drive instead of Gaspereau ...