How to Plan the BEST Overnight Trip to St. Andrews, New Brunswick — East Coast Mermaid

I promised I was going to start a series of blog posts describing what a special place Atlantic Canada is to come on your vacation. My first stop on this virtual tour will be my home province of New Brunswick, nestled between the state of Maine to the west, Nova Scotia to the east, and Quebec to the north. Perfect location! In thinking about what we’ll do with our grandkids when they visit in a few weeks for their annual Atlantic Canada vacation, I came across this lovely description of a visit to St. Andrews-by-the-sea, where we are always sure to take visiting family. A favourite for all ages. And we have in mind an overnight visit this time, just as East Coast Mermaid suggests. Along with the many treats she describes within, such as amazing whale watching and Kingsbrae Gardens, there’s also an aquarium to visit, wonderful restaurants with fresh seafood, and an charming overall environment. Welcome to your first stop on your New Brunswick tour.

 

Want to know what one of the BEST parts about living in Atlantic Canada in the summer is? When everyone you know seems to be talking about how the whales this year are just ALL over the Bay of Fundy – you can easily book a last minute day or overnight trip to get in […]

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5 Responses to How to Plan the BEST Overnight Trip to St. Andrews, New Brunswick — East Coast Mermaid

  1. alesiablogs says:

    Luv to visit! More days needed in the week!

  2. K E Garland says:

    OMGosh! This water ❤

  3. smilecalm says:

    looks like a beautiful holiday
    for the grand-kids
    and kids of all ages 🙂

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