Tag: Sightseeing

5 Must See and Do in Saint Andrews

Alice-Anne at the Blue Heron has these suggestions. Drive on a natural road made by tides while the tide is low. Visit the estate of Sir William Vanhorne on the tidal island. Built in early 1900s. See www.ministersisland.net/van-horne.htm for more. Get up close with hundreds of sea creatures at the Huntsman Marine Centre. See www.huntsmanmarine.ca for more. Visit several historic churches with period architectures. View summer estates of the rich from the Victorian era.

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Thoughts on Cambridge-Narrows

I had the opportunity two weeks ago to finally venture over to the Eastern part of my home country. The furthest east I had gone was Toronto, and I thought to myself, no easterner would remotely consider that “truly east” so I figured I had better get over to the “real” east, and see part of Atlantic Canada. As a classical singer, often you have to travel to where the best voice coaches and/or teachers live, in order to get high-quality lessons. This is what I was doing for the week. As a result, I did not travel through the […]

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Fundy Trail Parkway an Unforgettable Oceanside Experience

One of the greatest wonders among many that surround the Bay of Fundy is the Fundy Trail Parkway. It starts 10 km to the east of St Martins. Just follow the road after you have crossed the two covered bridges at the harbour in St Martins. The Fundy Trail Parkway gives access to the wilderness environment of the coast of the Bay of Fundy. Numerous lookouts along the way have been developed with the intention of providing the best views of the coastline. You will find that when you stop at any one of these it is impossible to avoid […]

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Welcome to the Gateway to the Fundy Experience!

Situated in the River Valley tourist zone Sussex is now trademarked as “The Mural Capital of Atlantic Canada” and is known for its 26 murals depicting the history of the area. Sussex is centrally located in the triangle between Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John and therefore no more than an hour in any direction from the many splendours available in this not seen enough province. Set your compass to take a day trip in any direction and you will come across beautiful countryside, scenic rivers and falls, 16 covered bridges, Hopewell Rocks, St. Martins and the ocean, Alma fishing port, […]

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