St. Andrews Motor Inn
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... he tells me as I wipe the sweat from my forehead.
After exploring a bit we drive back past Saint John to a small village called St Martins. We don't know it, so we just take a chance, its a good chance. Pretty little wooden restaurant style diners line a quiet bay. Their colourful signs advertising fresh lobster and seafood chowder. We have an early supper. The chowder is exquisite as is the lobster roll. We head back to Saint John, our bellies full ...
... amazing" but what else can you say nature IS amazing!) We walked on the ocean floor to see close up how the tidal action wears away at the bases of the cliffs and rock formations. When you look at the hourglass formations you can clearly see the average tides & how high the tides rises. As it was raining the first day we went back to get some photos & take a guided tour the next day. We are so glad we did because our guide Kevin was excellent! He has ...
... gloomy after lunch so we decided to go to Huntsman Aquarium. That was super cool because we got to touch starfish, sea cucumbers, crabs, fish, rays, lobster and sea urchins in the touch tank and we got to see the seals being fed. At the end of the day, we went to Rossmount restaurant(which is the restaurant in our hotel) for dinner. It was DELICIOUS!!! The pictures of dinner are what I ...
... is a beach and it is very sweet, because if you want you can come back by the beach, but at the beginning I ignored this. I decided to pass by the beach and a little road in the forest to come back home, but we had a problem with the dog. He saw a deer in the forest and he went faster after the deer. Aya and I said to him, “Django come!” But this was not working and we lost the dog! On the forest road ...
... she became so much more than just a woman who married a man who would be president. Eleanor was outspoken, steadfast in her idealistic view of how the world should be, and after her husband’s death went on to work in the United Nations and maintain her public life not out of a desire for fame, but because she wanted to be a positive influence and help make the world a better place.
Eleanor loved picnics on Campobello, and for this last lunch together we had ...