Dominion Hill Country Inn – New Brunswick Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfast

Author: , January 16th, 2019

Dominion Hill Country Inn - New Brunswick Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfast

Dominion Hill Country Inn and Retreat Centre is nestled on sixty five acres, just minutes from Saint Andrews by the sea. Beside the Digdeguash river.

It has been many things over the years. From a farm to a retreat centre. It has a colourful and unique history. The spacious and elegantly revamped manor house, holds four rooms for overnight guests a dining room. Three quaint cottages are nestled in the trees by the carriage house. Our carriage house has a yoga studio, massage chair, conference room.

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Across the Atlantic on the Queen Mary 2

Author: , September 12th, 2013

Queen Mary 2“The journey not the arrival matters.” – T. S. Eliot

There are two kinds of travelers. Those who plan, plot and predict; and those who show up and let the journey carry them along. I am the latter. Rarely do I look at a guidebook or map. I’m the one stepping onto foreign land and hoping a Vespa or donkey doesn’t run me over. I’m also usually so overworked that upon departure, I pop an Ambien and hazily wake up eight hours later in a different time zone.

With these travel quirks in mind, I’ve decided to shake up my routine for an once-in-a-lifetime travel expedition that will carry me across the ocean and to two of the most iconic travel destinations in the world. While I’ll be on the lookout for the Eiffel Tower and what’s hot in the West End, on this particular trip I am just as intrigued by the journey as the destination.

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Northern Atlantic Seaboard Prepares for Summer

Author: , April 6th, 2013

Tourism officials on the Delmarva Peninsula say they expect an influx of visitors this summer as the Jersey Shore and other coastal areas to the north continue to recover from Superstorm Sandy.

“This weekend was packed,” Camp Rehoboth Executive Director Steve Elkins told the Washington Blade. “It was amazingly crowded and I saw a lot more cars with New York and New Jersey license plates than I see in normal times.”

Sandy’s record storm surge inundated Fire Island, the South Shore of Long Island, coastal areas of New York City and large swaths of the Jersey Shore before it made landfall near Atlantic City, N.J., on Oct. 29. Rehoboth Beach, Ocean City and even Cape May did not experience any significant damage outside of some minor flooding in low-lying areas, beach erosion and downed trees.

Carol Everhart, president of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce, told the Blade she is seeing a double-digit increase in information requests from last year.

Authored By Michael K. Lavers – See the Full Story at the Washington Blade

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