Picket Fence Motel

Address: 102 Reed Avenue, Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, E5B 1A1, Canada | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 102 Reed Avenue, Saint Andrews, is near Kingsbrae Garden, Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching, Minister's Island, and The Fairmont Algonquin Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Andrews

    Whales and sails

    A travel blog entry by jlctoronto on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... in the Wall. You had to hike along a cliff to get there and there were the most spectacular views. We saw a menke whale playing in the surf. By then the sun was coming out and it was warming up. We had a quick lunch at the campsite and then went to get on the wale watch boat. The seas were really choppy thank God I had my patch on! Sadly no big whales sited today, only a menke whale after almost five hours at sea :(. Didn't get back to the campsite until 9;45. We are cold and ...

    Flower Gardens and More Food

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 15, 2014

    38 photos

    ... a drink and sat on the patio looking out over the grounds.

    Later that evening (our last in the Canadian Maritimes), several of us went to the Harbor Front Restaurant for dinner. We got there in time to get a table outside looking over the waterfront. Shirley had scallops and I had their broiled shrimp. Both were very good.

    Tomorrow, we return to ...

    A Beautiful Visit for Easter!

    A travel blog entry by audreyproulx on Apr 26, 2014

    5 photos

    ... persons said to me, “your English is very good now and you have improved your English a lot”. It is always good news!

    To conclude my plans for next week, maybe Courtney and I will go to Moncton. Courtney has a conference for school and I want to go to visit the town, because some people said to me, “Moncton is very big and if you have the chance to go there you should. It is very interesting to visit this town!”

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    DownEast

    A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... Then he looks in the wheel wells to see if we're smuggling pot or any other illegal substance. All we have is beer, and blueberries. But it was nice to hear him say, "welcome home!" as they certainly don't do that at the airport.

    We drive through miles and miles and miles of desolate, lonely roads with more fir trees, pine trees and other evergreens until we finally make it to civilization in the lovely harbor town of Camden, ME. More about that, in my next ...

    The most Eastern Place of continental USA

    A travel blog entry by omilders on Aug 31, 2012

    9 photos

    ... east coast, including Miami, Washington, D.C., andNew York City passing from the Southeastern United States to New England. While U.S. 1 is generally the easternmost of the main north–south U.S. Highways, part of Routes 9, 13, 17, and 301 occupy corridors closer to the coast.

    Our stay in Robbins Motel was ok. We had breakfast at Mainely Meat across the street and had dinner at Jack Russel's Steakhouse in Bar Harbor. But the main ...