2019 Legal Section Annual Meeting

Sept 24-27, 2019

$ 55.00 plus HST each direction

 

Freedom Tours is happy to offer CLHIA members airport transfer services between the Saint John Airport (YSJ) and the Algonquin Resort, St. Andrews by-the-Sea.

Transfer time is approx 1.5 hours.

Rate of $55.00/per person + HST each direction is offered by motorcoach transport (21 up to 55 passengers) size subject to demand at time of booking.

A private transportation option is available at a cost of $195.00 plus HST in each direction. To select this option please indicate in the box below.

 

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Kingsbrae Garden and St Andrews Stroll

Wednesday, Sept 25 – 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (3 hrs) – $55.00/person
Optional Lunch  – $30.00

St-Andrews-BlockhouseKick start the day with a short walk (5 minutes) from the Algonquin Resort to the award-winning Kingsbrae Garden and enjoy a private guided tour of the magnificent 27-acre public horticultural garden. A major tourist attraction; Canada Garden Tourism Awards named Kingsbrae Garden “Garden of the Year” in 2013. Built on the grounds of several grand old estates, Kingsbrae Garden has a superb collection of over 2500 species of perennials in many themed gardens.

Your guide will provide a brief introduction and highlights of the history of this iconic town. From there, the group will proceed down to the waterfront, passing beautiful “cottages” and historic sites along the way. Some the “can’t miss” sites are the Pansy Patch, The Greenock Church, the Blockhouse, Sheriff Andrews House, The Ross Memorial Museum, the Wedding Cake church (the local Baptist church), the Courthouse and Old Gaol (Jail) and many, many more.

Please note this is a walking tour of approximately 4 kms in total.


Minister Island and St Andrews Stroll

Tuesday, Sept 24 – 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM (4 hrs) – $85.00/person
Friday, Sept 27 – 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM (4 hrs) – $85.00/person

Saint-Andrews-WharfMinisters Island is an enchanting place to experience. Lying just off the shore near St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, this 500-acre island is only a part-time island. You reach it by driving over the seafloor approximately one kilometer (1/2 mile).

Once there, you are immersed in an experience from the late 19th and early 20th century – the summer estate of Sir William Van Horne, the driving force behind the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Sir William’s vast house, his equally large barn and his bathhouse/artist’s hideaway are on view, as are the beautiful carriage lanes through the woods and fields. Time stands still, and you’re swept up in an atmosphere that makes you forget all about your everyday life and the here-and-now.

Your guide will provide a brief introduction and highlights of the history of this iconic town. From there, the group will proceed down to the waterfront, passing beautiful “cottages” and historic sites along the way. Some the “can’t miss” sites are the Pansy Patch, The Greenock Church, the Blockhouse, Sheriff Andrews House, The Ross Memorial Museum, the Wedding Cake church (the local Baptist church), the Courthouse and Old Gaol (Jail) and many, many more.

Fundy Harbours Hidden Gems

Tuesday, Sept 24 – 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM (4 hrs)  – $85.00/person
Wednesday, Sept 25 – 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM (4 hrs) – $85.00/person
Friday, Sept 27 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM (4 hrs) – $85.00/person
Optional Lunch $30.00/person

Lunch menu:

  • Soup and Sandwich
  • Seafood Chowder with roll
  • Caesar Salad
  • Menu served with choice of Tea, Coffee, Ice Tea, Lemonade or soft drinks.
  • Finish with Strawberry rhubarb pie or blueberry pie

 

Depart the St. Andrews area and set out on your sightseeing adventure. You will get to witness first-hand the effects of the Bay of Fundy-home of the highest tides in the world – while experiencing the beautiful scenery which allowed New Brunswick to be known as “The Picture Province”.

St. George, New BrunswickYou will be taken for a drive – somewhat off the beaten path -along the Bay of Fundy coastline. Along the way, you will discover a series of hidden gems, including waterfalls, a sandy beach (where you’ll likely find a few seashells ) and get to experience some of the most beautiful vistas in Canada – if not the world.

Your tour will include stops at St. George – a quaint town where you can grab a treat and see waterfalls with a fishway (to allow Atlantic Salmon and other fish to swim above the falls to a freshwater river) – and Beaver Harbour – a lovely active fishing village which is also full of history.

Included in Tour: Coach, Guide
Please Note: – Must have proper walking footwear and must be able to board and disembark coach without assistance.

 

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