BEST WESTERN Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites
I stayed here one night on my way from PEI to Montreal. The hotel was clean and well-decorated. The room was as I expected from a Best Western. I felt the hotel was a little noisy, it seemed like there were a lot of people with children there and overall the parking lot was full. Perhaps it was just the time of year. Either way, it didn't bother me too much. I was tired from a long day of riding so all I really wanted to do was get something to eat and then go to sleep so that's what I did. The breakfast provided the next morning was good. I had no problems with this hotel...it was exactly what I expected for a Best Western Plus. Nothing wrong, everything was fine, but nothing outstanding deserving extra mention or attention, either. In the end, I would stay here again, no problem.
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... on sized one) weighs a mere 25 pounds!
How did I do this, you ask? Through the magic that is packing cubes! These things are better than sliced bread. My small suitcase holds two layers of the cubes (which come in three sizes), and I still have room on top for an empty backpack - and I haven't even expanded my suitcase!!!
It's a new world for me, people! Maybe next time (if there is a next time), I will just bring a backpack!
... of worshippers who regularly use the meeting rooms of the Centre for their Sunday meetings. It was heartwarming to see all the families in the Red Cross room. Hurricane Arthur is finished with Fredericton. NB Power is on the scene of downed power-lines in the suburbs. All will be back to normal in a day or so. The flooding in Manitoba and Saskatchewan is a more desperate ...
... to be farmable. By the early 1750's about 3000 of them lived in the area. Rising tensions between the French and British armed forces came to a head in 1755 when the British attacked Fort Beausejour, renaming it Fort Cumberland. Some local Arcadian men had been forced to take up arms to help defend the fort, and despite the French Commandant stating this, the British authorities in Halifax used this as grounds to deport every Arcadian from the region. This round up happened ...
... Off we went again and spent the rest of the afternoon at Hart Island water park. Norah really liked that. Being a week day there were very few people anywhere which made it a much more relaxing day. Pizza Hut for supper then back to hotel to clean up and rest. Last night in hotel then on to Grammy and ...
... some churches of importance. Wilmot United Church, Brunswick Street Baptist Church and St.Anne's Chapel of Ease. With my heart (and legs) not really in the mood for a walking tour I didn't enter any and instead found myself wandering into the first cafe I found. A short rest, some food and a hot drink later and I resumed the tour with the oldest City Hall still in use in the Maritimes.
We are now downtown and within the Barracks Square, an area ...