Grand Street Inn

160 Main Street, Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada | Inn
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Location

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

    Adventures and philosophical moments with Julie

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Aug 01, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... would never be poor. I recall applying her philosophy when I had no surface left on the peel and stick tiles on my kitchen floor and it looked terrible. I emptied the room, hand washed the floors until they were spotless and then applied 4-5 coats of liquid wax until the floors shone. Despite the fact that they were long worn out, they really looked amazing and I felt much happier with my circumstances. Anyone need to borrow some of my excess wax?


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    Nova Scotia's tidal phenomenon.

    A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Understnding the Expulsion

    A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... I saw the statue of Evangeline which was erected by a railroad company in 1920. Henry Wadworth Longfellow's poem published in 1847 has been the catalyst for thousands upon thousands of tourists arriving in the area. Close by, in a farm field at Horton Landing, watched over by cattle is the Deportation Cross. -marking the British deportation of the Acadians. This happened during the French and Indian War. Acadie, Acadie! Thankfully many ...

    The final leg and some reflection.

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 25, 2014

    12 photos

    Kathy made me a great breakfast of eggs, toast and coffee to ensure I was on my way with a full belly. I do love that girls cooking. I hated to leave but was getting eager to get home to ensure I would have time to prepare for my next trip.

    I was not so eager as to rush and miss the amazing back roads of NS. I took the shore road to Pugwash and then turned south to get to ...

    Digby Neck, Balancing Rock, Whale watching!

    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Jul 19, 2014

    9 photos

    ... were just spectacular!!! And even better Ryan got the first one on camera.. It was the best thing we have seen and we thought we were going to get wet from the splash it made once it hit the water because it was so close.. But we didn't! :) we were out on the water for 3 hours, and there was 10 passengers on board. Our ticket was $44 each so we thought it was really reasonable. We meet a really ...