Quality Inn Mic Mac
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but it definitely makes it much easier on travel days to do it. It cost us 6 euros per bag that we checked with them
... s the best type of bowling in the world and it’s only done in the Maritimes and the New England states. I was a little rusty, but the scorekeepers weren’t worried about accuracy…
No trip to Nova Scotia would be complete without visiting Gus, one of Halifax’s oldest inhabitants. Gus is the resident tortoise at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History and he is ninety-two years old. Every day at 3:30 Gus goes for ...
... way highway exit and we didn't want to get on the wrong highway. Passing through suburbs then out in the bare sugar maple and spruce forests, salt marshes and lakes with little islands to Cherry Brook.
Now we are back to the views we are used to just forest some parts have the spruce bug lots of dead trees in between the salt marshland and lakes. Driving through Porters Lake a very picturesque town on both sides ...
... Tim Hortons, Alan drove us down the most spectacular road i have seen for coastal scenery an the day was not a wash out as well so we managed to see some coves and bays, we soon arrived at Mahon's Bay where there were heaps of scary things for the thanksgiving pumpkin to the Halloween pumpkin as well as Stewart's favourite place a Tim Hortons. After lunch we wandered arund snapping pictures and taking in the bay, Alan then suggested we head down to another Bay ...
... coast and only minutes from the major urban centre of Saint John. The park was developed to protect this environmentally significant and endangered portion of the Southern New Brunswick coastline. Twice daily this pennisula of volcanic rock in the Bay of Fundy is swept by seawater from some of the highest tides in the world. Along one side there are mud flats and salt marshes whilst along the other side there are long sandy beaches. This area has abundant wildlife, in particular birds ...