Travel Blogs from Campbellton, Canada

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Au revoir Quebec, hello New Brunswick, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Canada travel blog

Au revoir Quebec, hello New Brunswick

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul


We stuffed ourselves with pain au chocolat and coffee at the continental breakfast at our hotel in Old Quebec City.  After breakfast, we reaquainted ourselves with vieux quebec in the sunshine.  Sadly, we had to continue our journey.  We ...

Long Tracks II, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

Long Tracks II

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes

Temporarily stopped at Campbellton station just as morning arrives and hijacking the wifi they have here. About halfway through the train journey and feeling a bit distorted from battling with the unyielding train chair all night long. Being able to sleep ...

Passing Through New Brunswick, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

Passing Through New Brunswick

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff


... at 7:30 p.m. (we lost an hour due to Eastern time change once we crossed the border into New Brunswick).  Campbellton is on the Restigouche River and surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains.  We will have a look around the area tomorrow.  ...

Shed no tears, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

Shed no tears

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson


... left behind and replaced with thick cloud cover until we eventually find rain and mist in the Baie des Chaleurs as we arrive at Campbellton on the Quebec border. After a very short walk from the bus station to the hostel (which happens to be a converted ...

Truly amazing...., Val-d'Amour, Canada travel blog

Truly amazing....

A travel blog entry by ve3hbj


Well it's actually almost June 2nd as I type this. Only 3 mins away in the Atlantic time zone. And yes I'm still awake. Just got Hannah down to bed. Brian was in bed over an hour ago. So here I sit and type. Pulled into an unplanned stop on our journey ...

Free camp by the river, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

Free camp by the river

A travel blog entry by catndeano


3rd Sept cont. We then headed back and carried on along the 132 until we stopped at a picnic site for lunch and a little snooze, (we're getting on you know). Back on the road again we carried on losing the views now and then as it went inland for a bit. ...

Old man's campground, gorgeous view.., Campbellton NB, Canada travel blog

Old man's campground, gorgeous view..

A travel blog entry by linda.edwards


Left our campground and toured  Rimouski... They have a wonderful museum dedicated to the Empress of Ireland which was a Canadian Pacific Steamship.  It sunk just of the coast of Rimouski in 14 mins.  This happen approx. 2 yrs after the ...

4th visit - Campbellton, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

4th visit - Campbellton

A travel blog entry by kim_mason


Day 8, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

Day 8

A travel blog entry by lynnetetrault

... le paysage changer, on s'éloigne du fleuve et entre dans les forêts de l'ouest de la Province. Arrivant à Campbellton on décide de ne pas poursuivre vers Bathurst à cause de mauvais temps. L'hôtel Quality avais deux chambre ...

Aug 22, 2009, Pointe-à-la-croix, Canada travel blog

Aug 22, 2009

A travel blog entry by 2bigbirds


Cape Breton to Campbellton, Campbellton, Canada travel blog

Cape Breton to Campbellton

A travel blog entry by bistromath


... the road. The drive up was fairly uneventful. There was plenty of traffic slowing me down and I missed the sign to Dalhousie. I reached Campbellton fairly early and got a campsite. I did a tour around town hoping a fish market would jump out at me, but no ...

La pointe, L'Alverne, Canada travel blog

La pointe

A travel blog entry by gi-gi


Vous saviez que la Gaspésie est parmi les 20 meilleures destinations à visiter au monde en 2011, selon le National Géographic? Aujourd'hui, nous poursuivons la route avec notre petite maison mobile, quelques montagnes à traverser et ...

Montreal-Quebec, Quebec, Canada travel blog


A travel blog entry by contreras

Quebec ...

Campbellton, Campbellton, Canada travel blog


A travel blog entry by comete

Had some friends who went to college there so I visited a few times. Drove through MANY times when going to visit relatives in Québec and Ontario, and while I went to university in Edmundston, and now when I drive back to visit the ...

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