Grand Street Inn

Address: 160 Main Street, Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 160 Main Street, Kentville, is near Cape Split Hiking Trail and Eau Spa at the Old Orchard Inn.
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    Travel Blogs from Kentville

    Blomidon Provincial Park

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 08, 2014

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    The next day we drove up to Blomidon Provincial Park which is past Wolfville and a cool little outcropping along the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy. It was an ugly day outside so we started our hike early to try to avoid the rain that was inevitable. The park itself was closed and there was a nice big warning asking hikers to wear Hunter Orange to avoid getting shot by hunters. Chris wore ...

    French is not always French!

    A travel blog entry by tslatta on Oct 04, 2014

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    In Acadia, NS, residents only speak an "old French" that harkens back to Northern France's olden days. Signs are in French. Schools are in French. Only French masses at Ste. Anne's Cathedral and University. In the nearby military town of Greenwood, a quick visit was made to the Greenwood Air Force Museum in honor of my brother. Berwick is known as the "apple capitol" of NS...and we joyfully discovered why!!! Beautiful farmlands, orchards & ...

    Bay of Fundy is so cool!

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... out that morning to see Advocate Harbour and found this place whereupon made a reservation for later that day and returned to Parrsboro to retrieve CharLi. Our energy was revitalized. and we drove the route 3 times, twice with Mr. Toad, and once towing Toad with CharLi. But who is counting toad miles. We aren't!

    Before we returned to Spencers Island, we first stopped first at the Geological museum in ...

    Nova Scotia's tidal phenomenon.

    A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... 1873 and remained in use until the 1970s. The tide was low, but not at its lowest. I missed that by about one hour. At 7:5 5 am ADT the low tide was at -10.40 feet (-3.17 meters). I had expected the revealed sea bed colour to appear more "terracotta" than it was. The incoming tides fill narrow rivers creating tidal bores with the Atlantic Ocean's salt water and then later suck them dry to reveal a red shiny mud that is carved by the power of the water. We should be ...

    Flat tire!

    A travel blog entry by gscaldwell on Oct 18, 2013

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... different addition to the collection. We also began celebrating Halloween, my second favourite holiday, in Nova Scotia; first with our lantern tour of Louisbourg, made extra spooky by the clouded almost-full moon, and then with our night in "Ghost Town" Annapolis Royal, including a renowned grave yard tour of Canada's oldest graveyard and the opportunity for me to face my fear of going into haunted houses where characters pop out at unsuspecting visitors (I only grabbed ...