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

    ... seen the Tidal Bore on the River Dee in Chester, England & he said compared to the Dee what we saw was a Total Bore!!!     We had great views of the Bay of Fundy on our drive to Five Islands Provincial Park. We walked the beach at low tide and climb over Old Wives Rock to view the really unusual sandstone cliffs around the corner which I think were left when the glaciers came through here. Five islands looks like ...

    Farewell Gaspe - Hello New Brunswick & Nova Scotia

    A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jul 20, 2014

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    We headed southeast through forest to give the scenic coastal route another try. Once again we found ourselves traveling several miles inland with no glimpse of water. Our destination was the town of Shediac, claimed to be the lobster capital of the world (thanks Linda!). We stopped to take pictures at what must be the world's largest lobster. Shediac was bustling with tourists, so after getting a local's recommendation, we drove thirty ...

    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

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    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

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    ... 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 ...