Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gulf
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... side. Her mother's maiden name was Murray and all this stuff is named after her family. We wanted to see it and poke around a bit and maybe let people know we are totally in charge of this place. When the GPS got us there we were a bit surprised because we expected, well, more. There was a small store/gas station and a church and a sign post for Murray Road but in the exact spot nothing that says Murray Corner. Sheree walked to the beach behind the store and Ted ...
... and elaborate Catholic Church we've ever had the pleasure to visit! Crystal candelabras above the altar! It was just an awe inspiring sight, with intricate wood and stone work, stained glass and marble, just magnificent! We then proceeded up the coast to Abram-Village where I made a stop at the Crafter's Co-Op to check out the beautiful handmade quilts....amazing works of art! I purchased tickets on a raffle for a ...
... Bridge, so we pulled onto the next dock we saw! Harbour of Botsford! Watched them unload 3600 lbs of crab off the Bigfoot 1! In no time at all it was unloaded of crab, reloaded of herring for tomorrow's bait, and on the semi for delivery to market! As we walked down the dock to view the bridge the captain was singing "I'm in the money, I'm in the money!" Then we were off to cross the ...
... full - Holly, Steve, Rainy, Sam, Joe, Janice, Sandra, Mark, Donnie, Lillian, Evan, Ellen and the four of us!!! They all came with gifts too so Emily did so well. We certainly did not expect everyone to give her presents. Left over party food and pizzas for tea and lots of laughs. In amongst the noise and commotion we had a few Skype calls from home which was really nice for Emily. It is really important to us to know that we are not forgotten, so ...
... background facts on what we're seeing. So, the Miqmaq indian tribe who live(d) around here back in the day believed that a great whale spirit lived in the bay of fundy and had miqmaq indian slaves. Well one day those slaves decided to take off on their whale master, and while running away for their freedom, the great whale spirit turned them all to stone. Those would ...