- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... talked with everyone at every table. Gary was soon serving coffee and we were helping out the shorthanded cook. One of the locals had worked in Alberta and before they left he have us a copy of his book. A couple from California had been traveling since August and Michael Capella gave us 2 of his personal bluesy CD's that's we are enjoying right now. He is a pretty talented guy and we would have liked ...
... the ferry dock, then proceeded to drive the 10 miles down to the other end of the island. The last part of our Bay of Fundy experience is to view the "Old Sow Whirlpool" formed by strong currents colliding from Passamaquoddy Bay into Bay of Fundy. I have seen similar in Puget Sound while boating but these are right off the tip of island and form large pools. Again, the tides were not as strong as when a full moon but ...
... of Fundy has the world’s most extreme tides. I think there can be a difference of 28 feet at times!) I wasn’t up for that so I just ate my lunch and watched for whales. The lady manning the information stand said she had just seen a Minke whale about 5 minutes earlier. So of course I did not see anything other than 2 porpoises, and those aren’t as exciting as a whale!
I also checked out the carriage ...
... the shops and pick up some souvenirs of my coastal vacation. I met several of my fellow participants there, but that evening I learned that some of the others had been more adventurous. One man crossed the Canadian/American border four times that day in order to drive to St. Andrews, Nova Scotia. Another person had taken advantage of low tide to visit the East Quoddy Lighthouse, a trek that entailed climbing up and down iron stairways and slogging across ...
... We didn't stay for "Tea with Eleanor" which I understand is very nice, but instead tried to go on a whale watch. Unfortunately there were not enough people to go out- one of the aspects of a trip after labor day-fewer crowds but some tourism activities winding down. We were looking for a smaller boat experience with fewer people than the whale watches from Bar Harbor which had long lines and we heard up to 300 people ...