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 on Trans Canada Highway 104, Exit 3, Amherst, is near Fort Beauséjour National Historic Site.
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      Rafting The Tidal Bore!

      A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Sep 29, 2014

      41 photos

      ... more than a wave - partly because of the heavy rain from the storm but also because of the time of the lunar month, Tidal Bores peak 2 or 3 after a full moon!!        Our next stop was Truro, where we could watch the Tidal Bore from the shoreline of the Salmon River. Again it was a low wave but nevertheless it was neat to see it coming down the River. It was amazing to see the river rise about 15ft (I'm guessing!) in an hour. ...

      Farewell Gaspe - Hello New Brunswick & Nova Scotia

      A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jul 20, 2014

      20 photos

      ... we were off to a small farmer's market at the nearby senior center. A few plant and vegetable vendors displayed their goods outside, while inside, local vendors sold homemade jellies and jams, knitted items, jewelry, greeting cards and various foods. We couldn't resist buying a homemade frozen 10" chicken pot pie. Colleen bought organic salad fixings while Jim scored with homemade lemon cake and chocolate chip cookies. No need to compare our ...

      Flowerpots & Crooked Creeks

      A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 21, 2013

      5 photos

      ... hold these rocks together made of sediment flowing from the nearby Caledonia Mountains. We first glimpse the rocks from cliffs above and then again after walking down the stairs to the beach, where you really start to comprehend their enormous size. At this location we also experience the highest tides in the world, with almost 50 foot difference between high and low tide. At this point in the Bay, ...

      Bay of Fundy Tides, Cape Enrage, Hopewell Rocks

      A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Jul 09, 2013

      14 photos

      We were up at the crack of dawn to make our way to Hopewell Rocks for low tide. We arrived an hour before the park opened so instead of sleeping in an extra hour we just waited in the van! The low was 5.6 ft and we were able to spend a few hours wandering around on the ocean floor admiring the 'flowerpots rocks' which are amazing sandstone formations topped with trees that are carved out by the tides! The ocean floor here is a slippery red clay so we ...

      TIDAL BORE

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 03, 2013

      7 photos

      ... 160; We arrived fairly early but decided to have a rest/regrouping day. I got to sit in the sun and finish my book (in addition to doing some badly needed laundry) and Bob washed the bike, puttered a bit and watched TV. Around 8:30 or so we headed out on the bike in search of the McCann Tidal Bore viewing spot. We weren't even sure what we were supposed to be seeing except that it had to do with the tides from the ...