Amsterdam Inn Fredericton
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We had a productive day in Fredericton and really enjoyed ourselves. It was a little chilly so we spent the morning sipping coffees and using the Starbucks wifi to catch up on emails and work stuff. We went to the local farmers market for lunch and enjoyed some Lebanese food to munch on as we walked by the stalls. We got a whole bunch of veggies to make into an awesome stew and then we had to leave before eating everything in sight and buying all the pretty handmade things. ...
... to each other across the lake. As the moon came out we took a walk around the campsite whilst patrolling for racoons (the campsite lady said they'll be out at dusk) and found a great room filled with books to borrow- (this will be tomorrows activity.)
We didn't see a racoon but stayed on the beach at the lakeside until the sun disappeared. The sunset was gorgeous. If it wasn't for the mosquitoes it would definitely be the perfect campite.. ...
... heritage. The music typical of their culture is a mixture of French (which is where the original Arcadians hailed from), Irish and Scottish folk songs. He had most of us singing or humming along by the end of it. I requested Danny Boy, always a classic! He had a beautiful voice. It was on to the Delta Fredericton Hotel after this, which they've recently upgraded to the tune of 19 million dollars. You could tell, it was fabulous! It was pretty late by the time we settled in, ...
... br> The letter O is the best because it has many uses. It is a great exclamation and can be used both positiviely "Oh joy!" and negatively "Oh ****!" *Professor Laughs, Class laughs*
In either case, use enthusiasum :)
If one considers names, the letter O is the beginning of unique ones like "Olivia" "Oliver" or for Shakespeare fans "Ophelia"
But the letter O doesn't have to be an O, considering ...
... So we got the kids excited about it, too. Today we weren’t disappointed.
First stop…the longest covered bridge in the world! Hartland Covered Bridge is 390.75 metres long and really quite fascinating.
Second stop…the biggest axe in the world! Yep, we saw the biggest axe. Of course, the question was “why they did they make such a big axe?” The ...