Winsome Inn

Address: 198 King St., St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 198 King St., St. Stephen, is near Chocolate Museum, Estate Little La Grange & Lawaetz Museum, Davis Bay, and Grape Tree Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from St. Stephen

      Goodbye Canada, See you Soon!

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... helps we are off season too but the place we went was packed. We actually parked next to another Westy that was owned by an awesome older couple. They had their Westy for 12 years and had done some amazing renovations to it to make it just right. They travelled with their little doggy and were really sweet. Their one downfall is that their great nephew was Brad Marchand. We can’t all be ...

      West Quoddy Lighthouse

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 11, 2014

      14 photos

      ... away and situated on a steep slope just off the road. They were having a charity event with the local animal shelter, so the place was packed. We parked the car and walked up the hill to the tasting room. The winery had a live band playing and people were enjoying the sun on picnic tables outside. It looks as though there had been a picnic earlier in the day. We were served immediately by the owner, who was friendly and attentive with ...

      East Quoddy and FDR

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 10, 2014

      42 photos

      ... has a bridge from the US side. Well, we are already going to Campobello today, why not add on East Quoddy, too? So off we ventured at 6:15 am! The temperature in our car said 30 degrees farenheit and there were blankets of fog covering the valleys and rivers as we drove north. We passed the Canadian border with ease and drove across the FDR International Bridge which offered sweeping views of Maine, Canada and the Passamaquoddy River. Once ...

      Hello again, Canada!

      A travel blog entry by johnturner on Jun 19, 2012

      1 photo

      ... to park for a bit so that I can safely stow my passport and get my gloves and stuff situated for the ride to Halifax. I find a parking lot behind a bank and while I'm there I take a pic or two of Calais from the Canadian side before continuing on through St. Stephen to finally start my trip on Canada Route 1.

      The goal is Halifax via the Trans-Canada Highway (Canada Route 2) and Moncton, NB. Halifax, here I ...

      Back in the USSA

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Sep 07, 2010

      ... let us into the outside lane of the diesel pumps, and waits for the inside lane to clear for himself. I thank him for this and we start to kibitz, and I finds out he only lives about 8 homes from the Docs in Margate. Small world isn’t it.

      We carry on uneventfully down the Trans Canada and the 2 back to Calais Maine, back to Camp Wal-Mart, where we bunker down for the night, looking forward to being in Bar Harbour Maine the next day.

      Its all ...

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