Wandlyn Inn Amherst

Trans Canada Highway 104, Exit 3, Amherst, Nova Scotia, B4H 3Z2, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amherst

Flowerpots & Crooked Creeks

A travel blog entry by charmedlife


... setting is a Provincial Park with loads of trails to see various rock formations along the distinctive shoreline. There are loads of trails to get lost and see marvelous views of the formations and the gorgeous New Brunswick beaches, hugging the Bay. The magnificent sandstone rock formations were created over hundreds of millions of years, by the washing and wearing of the everpresent tides. Gypsum ...

Hopewell Rocks

A travel blog entry by knightc


... unscenic) one. Bob chose the scenic route since he knew that's the one I had originally wanted to take.

At Alma we met a guy on a bike who was from Florida. He was trying to qualify for the "iron butt" where you have to meet certain milestones for riding a motorbike (certain number of states/provinces, certain number of national parks, etc.). I don't know who gives the "award" out, but I had heard of it previously. ...


A travel blog entry by knightc


... and explains things to the visitors. He doesn't work for anyone - just does it because he wants to show it to people. We chatted for awhile and then he said "here it comes now". There is a small rushing sound and from the right, water comes rushing up the river AGAINST the natural flow and reverses the river flow. It also raises the level of the river considerably and that's why the banks are muddy and wet so high up. ...

Crossing to Charlottetown

A travel blog entry by johnturner


Heading east on Canada 2 out of Moncton, I'm less than an hour from Amherst, NS. The weather is cold and dreary but I'm enjoying the scenery and the solitude. Plus, I'm feeling a whole lot better now that the sketchy lobster roll is fully purged!

I roll into the Nova Scotia Welcome Center just outside of Amherst. There's a big tour bus parked outside and blocking me from getting a pic of Hogzilla in front of the big sign. Plus, there are a bunch ...

Some Highs and Some Lows

A travel blog entry by normandsharon


... over from their long migratory route. Unfortunately, the timing was off for us so we didn’t get to see them. Perhaps next time. You can view a flock on Youtube if you’d like.

Back the next morning to view high tide and to see the difference a few hours can make. So the difference the day we were there was 32 feet from low to high tides, but we were told that it can be as much as 42 feet on a new moon phase. Pretty cool to now see ...

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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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