Europa Inn & Restaurant
How has this inn rated in the past?
Photos of Europa Inn & Restaurant
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Europa Inn & Restaurant Saint Andrews
Travel Blogs from Saint Andrews
We really enjoyed Fredericton but it was time to move on. We decided to drive to St Andrews to enjoy a last little bit of Canada before heading into the USA. You can see the USA across the water as it is on a little peninsula jutting out of New Brunswick. We parked at the entrance to Ministers Island and watched the tide come in. A low tide it is possible to drive out to the Island on the sea ...
... but having had so many fabulous experiences it's impossible to rate one over another!! So many places we could have spent weeks exploring, but we only had a few days, not really enough time to evaluate any park fairly! Having said that we have put together the places that stand out for us, usually because we took the time to hike and explore.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - Cabot Beach
NEWFOUNDLAND - Green Point in Gross Morne National ...
... After, we went to Jenny’s house for a little visit. Her house is very amazing, she has a big window in the front of her house and you can see the water! Finally, when we left her house, Susan, Aya, Kai and I went to the Clam Digger for lunch.
To conclude, my plans for next weekend are to host Fantastic Finger Food Friday and then to go home to Quebec. But actually, I am really sad to leave my family … they are very great!
... speaks French. He helped me with my map and he spoke with me about St. Andrews, because he lives close to this town. He asked me some questions about my life like: Where you come from? Why are you going to St. Andrews? The boy was very gentle with me! After, I took the right road and finally I arrived at my host family`s house at around 6 o’clock (where they were waiting for me with impatience!).
We had no intention of heading into Canada while we were in Maine. That is until I had a chat with a local and discovered that right across the border in New Brunswick was the chocolate capital of Canada. Given that Ken loves chocolate a trip over was a no brainer!
Before crossing over we made a quick visit to the St Croix Island National Historic Site. This park is a joint effort between the US ...