Winsome Inn

Address: 198 King St., St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 198 King St., St. Stephen, is near Chocolate Museum, Estate Little La Grange & Lawaetz Museum, Davis Bay, and St. Croix River.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Stephen

    We Saw the Sun First!

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... country. Because, Cherryfield is, of course, the self-proclaimed blueberry capital of the world! Go figure.

    In Machias, we stopped to watch a mid-town waterfall tumble over jagged rocks. Machias is a Native American word that means "bad little falls." Yes, they were little and they looked bad because the water was a rusty brown mess.

    We drove through tiny Lubec to check our options for dinner before heading out to the West ...

    Roosevelt Campobello International Park

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Oct 04, 2014

    8 photos

    ... August, and part of September there. Over the summers, the energetic, athletic father taught his children sailing and many other pastimes he had learned there during his childhood. Campobello became as much a part of the lives of his family as it had been of his.Although FDR's growing political responsibilities and ...

    Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Canada, eh!

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Aug 31, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Gas". That sign and station seemed to be the only business left open in town and I was wondering if someone opened the service station to try to save their small town. I try to support small independent restaurants and service stations, even if it costs a few cents more as I think they have so much more to offer than the big "super"companies that don't have time to train or establish relationships with their staff ...

    Day 10 at Lubec

    A travel blog entry by tennyp on Aug 04, 2011

    5 photos

    ... 62 degrees and we had on sweatshirts and wind breakers. In Saint Andrews I walked around in short sleeves while Linda wore her windbreaker. When we left the gardens we both had on our rain jackets which are warmer than windbreaders. While waiting for the ferry to Campobello we put on sweatshirts under the rain jackets. When we arrived at camp it was 61 degrees. All this cool weather is hard to take.

    Back in the U.S. of A! (or A Fish Tale)

    A travel blog entry by dabrander on Aug 31, 2010

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... a harpoon! I grabbed it and some fishing line and headed back to where Denise sat. I tied the fishing line to the harpoon and waited for the great beast to show himself again.

    Spotting his spout, I yelled "Thar she blows!" to no one in particular, just to set the mood. I then reared back and launched the harpoon into the sky. The shot was a hundred yards if it was an inch, but the harpoon raced unerringly through the sky. I had judged the ...

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