The city of Bath is one of the Britain’s most visited cities, primarily because of it’s World heritage status and roman baths fed by three hot springs. The water is believed to be a cure for many afflictions, and because the city is within travelling distance from London and Bristol it has become a very popular city with tourists from around the World.
The 2014 World Acadian Congress will be hosted by northwestern New Brunswick, northern Aroostook County, Maine and the Témiscouata region of Québec. United by a shared history and family ties, this area— known as Acadia of the Lands and Forests—is a uniquely multicultural and international region that encompasses, unites and represents a vibrant cultural community.
In a private setting in the New Brunswick wilderness, you can escape your everyday troubles while still retaining the amenities of the modern world! The huge bay window allows you to feel close with nature, while inside the Dream Dome is a very comfortable king size bed, luxurious bathroom, small kitchenette with everything you would need to prepare a romantic dinner, or sunrise breakfast, and there is even a wood stove for extra warmth during those colder months.
The Algonquin Resort, an iconic New Brunswick hotel since 1889, will be opening as Canada’s first property in the Marriott Autograph Collection in March 2014. Ranked as one of the best resorts in the world by Condé Nast Traveler in 2012, the Algonquin is under new ownership, and has been undergoing extensive refurbishments that will add modern amenities while retaining the old-world elegance that has welcomed world leaders, royalty and vacationers since its days as a majestic railway hotel.