Castleton Suites Fredericton

700 Forest Hill Road , Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 5X9, Canada | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 700 Forest Hill Road , Fredericton, is near Science East, York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum, Legislative Assembly Building, and Sentier New Brunswick Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Fredericton

Fredericton in Tapestries

A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 14, 2014

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... s bicentennial celebration in 1985. Local yarns by Briggs & Little Woolen Mills were used almost exclusively. There is a photo of the late Ivan Crowell hanging in the entrance to the Woolen Mill in Harvey. To see photos of the tapestries do an internet search for History of Fredericton in Tapestries. Whether it be wool, cotton or the stories of the older generation, the threads of my family history are starting to form my own historic ...

The Cotton Mill - research then a visit

A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 07, 2014

I spent some time Sunday learning more about Bob Gibson's Marysville, a 19th century mill town. Soon I hope to visit the town of Marysville. My great-grandfather, Willoughby Avens Manzer, worked in this incredibly modern cotton mill. I was under the impression that he was a weaver as stated on his death certificate. A display at the Fredericton Region Museum explores ...

The Trafalgar Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 08, 2013

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... 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, ...

A medley

A travel blog entry by littlefeen on Apr 08, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... 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 ...

The worlds biggest and longest.

A travel blog entry by goodall5 on Aug 04, 2012

1 comment, 11 photos

... 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 ...