BEST WESTERN PLUS Saint John Hotel & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Reversing Falls Park. This was a better vantage point closer to the water and you could see the water moving much better. We took a video and hoped that in the morning when we returned we would see this natural phenomenon in reverse form. This all occurs because of the Bay of Fundy's high tides. When the tide changes and is high the water rushes up and into the Saint John River. They collide and the river actually reverses in the face of the tides natural ...
... causing the flow to reverse and move upstream. This is not a unique occurrence, except that the difference in elevation is significant and large rock formations there cause the water to form a "waterfall" effect going upstream. We stopped at The Falls Restaurant for soup (it was cold and overcast outside) and enjoyed a view of the falls, but after about 45 minutes, we realized it was going to take hours for us to see any change.
Saint John was the first city in Canada ...
... he recalled this colourful breakfast cereal from 2-3 years back at a Flaherty Family reunion.
May served up huge breakfasts, especially for those like me who circled pretty much everything on the menu. She also baked all day and there were stacks of cookies when we got home each day - my will power was not at its best - yummy!
The French family was staying at the B&B (Corey, Roxanne, Jaden ...
Today was the start of daylight savings time, so the days are longer and the world seems a brighter place. Everything is right with the world...well...if it wasn't for that HUGE tax bill I've got to pay. It'll be one of the last things I do before I depart on April 30th. And that is just a few short weeks away. In fact, it's a short 7.5 weeks away...that's less than 2 months! I remember when I started planning, it was 7.5 months in advance. Then Fay signed on at ...
... off the fish brought in by the tide. Next we went to Carleton Martello Tower, a British fortification built for the War of 1812 but only finished in 1815. It was covered in white plastic sheeting as it's being re-grouted, so not the best view of it. You do get a nice view of the surrounding bay. The weather was overcast but pleasant - around 15 degrees.
Our tour guide, Scott, was very informative and informed how the Irvings 'own' ...