Kingsbrae Arms Relais & Chateaux
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had another great day for driving so away we went through Maine. Made it across the border with the friendliest border guard we've met in a long time and stopped for the night at the Winsome Inn in St Stephen. What a great place - large, super clean room, able to pull right up to the door. Stayed in ...
... water that it represents the equivalent of all of the fresh water rivers in the world and enough tribal flow to fill the Grand Canyon. This location is unique in the world because of the vertical height of tide water change. It is hard to believe it is 46 feet. At the Interpretative Centre we were greeted by Sharon a cheerful hostess who proceeded to give us all of the essential details pertaining to this popular ...
... went 4 places before the malls, because Courtney needed to buy a gift for her mother’s birthday, and I needed to buy a gift for my father’s birthday. In the middle, we went to a restaurant and it was very amazing, but the meals were just a little bit too big for us.
At the end of the day, I said to Courtney, “I need some gas for my car before we go on the road, can you help me, because it’s a little bit different than in ...
... creatures of the Bay of Fundy and Atlantic East Coast. Another yummy lunch of deep fried clams and fries, this time at the Clam Digger. Who knew, Rachel likes clams. Wandered around S. Andrews some more, checking out the wharf at low tide, plus had a quick visit in the old Mallory house and barn. Drove over to Ministers Island during low tide. Friday, August 30 Time to return to Toronto. Said our goodbyes and then headed to Sant John airport for the flight ...
... at over 420 feet tall. We could see for miles. While we were up there we watched a huge rainstorm move in from over a mountain and then move off into the distance. It was so cool! We also walked around Fort Knox which was used during many invasions from British Canadians. After those 2 stops, we decided we needed to make some progress and our stops usually just ...