Kingsbrae Arms Relais & Chateaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Foggy when we woke up, had a coffee or two and went back into St Andrews downtown.t I found a bakery with muffins, warm fresh baked bread and delicious coffee! Visited a blockhouse next with three 18 lb. original cannons and this dates back to circa 1812 (older than the Bastion in Nanaimo) with period uniforms etc really neat. Then our next spot was the absolutely beautiful Kingsbrae Gardens the flowers and displays were amazing topped off with a vast array ...
... blue sky as we wake up on the 24th. Jan's heading into town for food and I'm having coffee looking out over the bay. Air is cool and crisp but not cold. There's a breeze coming in off the water and since it's low tide much of the ocean bottom is exposed for 100 yards or so offshore. I can imagine it gets really cold here in the winter as we see almost nothing but pine trees. There's a single-masted sailboat heading out the channel. ...
Talking of folks brave enough to camp in the cool fall weather we were thrilled to meet up with Gary & Marianne from Calgary in St Andrews!! We visited with them May 30th when we started this trip & it seems very apt to end the Canadian part of our trip with them too! They only left on September 17th & made a beeline for the Maritimes! We were SO VERY Happy to see them pull in right behind us to the ...
My last entry, I’m so sad … Last Wednesday after school, we had a meeting because it was the last week when Courtney teaches.
During Sunday we had planned to go for a walk in the forest, but it was raining and we were tired. After the meeting on Wednesday, Courtney and I decided to go to the Hike Simpson Hill, it was very interesting. It looks the same as “Le Pain de Sucre” in Quebec. It’s ...
... in Saint John and we went with her, I thought it was a good opportunity for me to discover a little bit of this town. Also, I could remember the road if later I wanted to go shopping. When we arrived in Saint John, Sue left me and Aya in the old part of town. It is like the principal street, where there are a lot of stores. When I walked on the street I discovered where part of the University is and where there ...