Picket Fence Motel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Saint Andrews
... It has a pier to walk along and a harbour where you can buy, among other fresh catches of the day, lobster. It is immaculately clean and the straight streets and avenues (arranged in blocks, as in other Canadian cities) lead to nicely manicured lawns bordered with white picket fences that in turn lead to pretty shuttered houses with verandahs and porch swings. It is quaint and attractive.
And as we have found so often in New Brunswick, it is another one ...
... it rises 7 metres during high tide and the beach disappears. We saw lots of people collecting clams and walking their dogs during the low tide and it was quiet and deserted during high tide. We took advantage of the area and relaxed all day. It was Sunday so we watched the football game of course and listened to some radio. We made a great Veggie stew for supper as we knew we couldn't take ...
... of our arrival Kim and her husband had agreed to upgrade our accommodation to larger rooms. And tonight we have flat screen LED TV's instead of yesterday's circa 1960 19" CRT. Heck no ones turned on one anyway and we don't need to. The memories of the days ride fill that void. Cursing down main St we happened to spot an eatery that I had noted online - it looked inviting to all. We were delighted to notice the approach ...
... She said to me, “Yes, it is fine and I’ll give you the directions to find a gas station!” The funny part of the day, I go out of my car and Courtney too. Courtney put some gas in my car and I looked for my credit card. During this time a boy came to see us, he talked but I didn’t listen to him, because was I focused to find how the machine worked. He said to me, “Do you want my phone number?” I looked at Courtney with ...
... t someone who set out to become famous, or to change the world, but she was a principled woman who tried to always do the things that she most feared, and stand up for what she believed in. This led her to a life that was often difficult, but which had a real and lasting impact on the world. One of the women in our group recounted a visit she (the participant) had made to a former Soviet country which was in the process of becoming a free nation, and how astonished she ...