Kingsbrae Arms Relais & Chateaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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The rain died down in the night but it was foggy in the morning. We had a good sleep in. Eric saw a black bunny on our campsite, good thing Chip isn't with us! Our whale watching cruise got changed to 4pm so we had time to explore the island. Our first stop was a roadside dulse booth. Since Eric loves seaweed, he was able to try the island's famous dulse harvested in Dark Harbour and dried right there on the side of the road. It was actually pretty tasty. From there we made our way ...
... caught our interest was the number of succulents that were planted there and which survive the cold winters there.
After the tour, we were treated to a caravan hosted lunch at the restaurant on the grounds. The sandwiches, salad, and desert were very good.
From there, we walked down to the wharf area and their downtown area. This is mostly a tourist ...
... a really great supper in a Pub in town, the mozzarella sticks were very good. Before they left for Quebec on Sunday morning around 11 o’clock, we had breakfast close to St. Stephen, because in town the restaurants were not open.
During the day on Sunday, I jumped on the trampoline with the kids, but not too much, because I have a problem with my knees. They were happy and later we had supper in town for Easter. We ate turkey ...
... of every kind, an old hardware store, a bakery, handmade soaps, gifts, yarn and a plethora of restaurants make this a street to stroll.
We're on a mission though, lunch. We're in search of local, fresh seafood.
We settle into the pub on Water St. where there is Guinness on tap and fresh mussels. That was pretty much my order. Heidi got a sandwich and it looked pretty good, but I had my heart set on mussels and melted butter. We had a little bit of ...
... boat-filled with the cruise ship crowd again. So we certainly had fewer people-just no boat! We drove on to East Quoddy Lighthouse and while there were able to use our binnoculars to see a whale in the bay from the shore! We crossed back over the border and drove to West Quoddy Lighthouse (easternmost point in the U.S.) and saw the museum there-but no whales this time. We did look out at the cliffs of Grand Manan ...