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Places to stay in N.S./Things to do with small children

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We're planning a trip this July to the maritimes. We're staying in Bar Harbor one night, taking the Cat ferry to Yarmouth. We're going to stay 2 nights in Nova Scotia, to see the Bay of Fundy. We'd like to stay in Wolfville, because we figure it's about halfway around the bay, and should be a pretty good spot to travel to and from. Any suggestions for a place to stay? We have a 1 yr old and a 3 yr old, so a small B&B is out. Does anyone know about the Old Orchard Inn? We tried the Tattingstone Inn but it's already booked up. What about the Blomindon Inn? I don't want a very small room.

Also, where can we walk down into the bay at low tide? We see lots of photographs of people doing that, but no real guide as to where you can go to do that.

On PEI we're staying at Stanhope-By-the-Sea motel. Any comments? It looks pretty nice. I used to vacation on PEI as a child (I have an aunt who still lives there), so I have a pretty good idea what we'll do there (Anne's house, Woodleigh, driving the coast). Does anyone have recommendations for bike rentals for the Confederation Trail? We need bikes with child seats.

Finally, we're going to make our way back to CT via New Brunswick. We'll probably stay one night at a hotel hopefully near the border and near the Bay of Fundy. Any suggestions there?

Thanks for any help at all.

Sally

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