Wandlyn Inn Amherst

Address: Trans Canada Highway 104, Exit 3, Amherst, Nova Scotia, B4H 3Z2, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the St. Pete Beach/South Beaches area of Amherst, is near Fort Beauséjour National Historic Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Amherst

      Rafting The Tidal Bore!

      A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Sep 29, 2014

      41 photos

      ... place to kayak around, if you look closely at the photo you will see one island has a natural arch. We had a great view from our campsite of the changing landscape as the tide lowered each day! Another place we could spend a week but it's time to move on! Our LAST destination in Nova Scotia was Joggins Fossil Cliffs another UNESCO Heritage Site. (We have been to quite a few, I should have kept track!) The site is best known for a forest of ...

      Farewell Gaspe - Hello New Brunswick & Nova Scotia

      A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jul 20, 2014

      20 photos

      ... to the small beachside town of Cap- Pele. There we enjoyed fresh lobster out on a restaurant rooftop deck overlooking the small harbor and wharf below. Afterwards, we walked to the nearby beach to see where the locals go to enjoy their weekend.

      Yes, Karen, you were right - New Brunswick really is bilingual - French and English are spoken equally. After the vibrant colors of the Gaspe, we found this province to be somewhat bland, but ...

      Flowerpots & Crooked Creeks

      A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 21, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Cape they also seem to be the fastest - when we arrived the tide had just finished coming in, but in a few short hours by the time we left, the tide had already moved far out from shore - almost 2 km! It's a phenomenon so remarkable you have to see for yourself, as it's hard to describe. Even being used to a significant difference between the tides in New England, here in the Bay of Fundy it's really astonishing! ...

      Bay of Fundy Tides, Cape Enrage, Hopewell Rocks

      A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Jul 09, 2013

      14 photos

      ... our feet and flip flops off every chance we had! Bill noticed right away that there didn't seem to be any life on the shores except a green seaweed! He was determined to find some living thing and finally came across some little snails! Once the tide had risen to the pebbly beach we were able to wade out and enjoy dipping our toes into the Bay of Fundy! What an eery sight watching the tide come in waveless, just rising with the water very still! We hung ...

      TIDAL BORE

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 03, 2013

      7 photos

      ... event but decided to wait anyways and see what happened.  As we waited we were attacked by swarms of mosquitos.  We had repellent with us luckily but they were still bothersome!  Just about the time we were ready to give up an old guy came along. His name is Gordon Boss and he has a house close to the viewing point. Twice a day he checks to see if there are any vehicles in the parking area and if so he ...