Atlantic Host Hotel

Address: 1450 Vanier Boulevard, Bathurst, New Brunswick, E2A 4H7 , Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1450 Vanier Boulevard, Bathurst.
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      Travel Blogs from Bathurst

      Driving to New Brunswick

      A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Sep 19, 2014

      6 photos

      Sept. 18th

      We had a relaxing morning at the campsite and then did a short walk before we were on the road at 11:30. Again we decided to take a route along the river rather than the freeway. It was a longer route, time wise, but that was what we wanted. It went through quite a few small towns which we would have bypassed, and we had many beautiful views of the St. Lawrence. The river is very wide at this point and it was often difficult to see the other side. ...

      Au Revior Quebec

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Aug 26, 2014

      8 photos

      We woke up around 2 am, hearing what I at first thought was wind, but turned out to be waves lapping at the rocky shore just below our front wheels. By the time we got out of bed a few hours later we saw the tidal zone exposed again. One last walk and photo shoot along the tide pools, then off to New Brunswick and points south.

      We cut across the Gaspe Peninsula through what is the northern most portion of the Appalachian Mountains. At Campbellton, New ...

      We Made It to Bathurst!

      A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... begins. It was a little before 4:00 pm and we were getting hungry. We had passed several interesting restaurants, but thought we might still find something in Campbellton, a decent-sized city right inside New Brunswick.

      Well, I took the lead . . . and wouldn't you know it . . . the entire #$%!& downtown was under construction. I made a couple of attempts to find a street with possibilities and ...

      Chatelaine

      A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 08, 2014

      2 photos

      The drive through New Brunswick Acadia was beautiful. If something can be painted with the Blue White Red motive with a star on the blue, it is done. Sets of "thinking" chairs, lobster traps, power poles, roadside mailboxes. It is delightful. I was quickly settled in my 1907 period room at the Chateau Albert in Village Historique Acadien. A lovely housecoat hangs ready for my discrete walk down the hall to ...

      Highway 8 to Highway 11

      A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 08, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      The morning was foggy. I left Fredericton one hour later than planned Two hours and 30 minutes later - the time extended by a few construction detours and road work - I was in Miramichi. New Brunswick Highway 8 offered 6 exits to the city. The exit marked King George Highway seemed to ring a bell so I exited smoothly and drove through town. A few moments later I pulled into the driveway of the childhood home of Lord Beaverbrook. A woman was coming along the side of the ...