Chateau Saint John
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... that we've pretty much seen all of is Dublin. I may have 1 or 2 little things I want to see there, but it certainly won't be a busy day of sightseeing. The one stop that will no doubt stand out as my favourite will be when we arrive in Liverpool. What are we doing there? Well, I can assure you that it will have NOTHING to do with the Beatles. In fact, we are hopping a train and heading inland for 40 minutes to Manchester. There, I have obtained 2 tickets to tour the ...
Today was our last day in Canada and it was spent in Saint John, New Brunswick, and odd little town on the Bay of Fundy. Known largely as a town that was settled by French American loyalists escaping the revolutionary war, the main language here is French and they are best known for their lobster.
The town itself is relatively small and easy to walk around. Laetisha and I ...
... impact for farmers and tourism, despite only receiving support from only 59% of the locals when put to a vote. Funnily enough, no toll or fee is charged for you to cross to Prince Edward Island, by ferry or bridge, but you have to pay to leave, over $44 for a two axle vehicle. We continued on to Shediac, a lovely coastal town in New Brunswick, which we had returned to by crossing to the other side of the bridge. Here we were greeted at the wharf by another ...
We had a beautiful drive from Moncton to Hampton, where we were meeting up with Mom, Dad, Brad, Cohen and Nikita to crash for the night on the motorhome. Brad was in Hampton doing a course for his personal training qualification and so Mom and Dad brought the motorhome so he'd have an inexpensive place to stay.
The drive from Moncton is mostly coastal and quite rugged in places. We had time on our hands so we ventured ...
... can be annoying sometimes, but for the most part I like it. A vendor might start something at 10,000 francs and you end up bringing them down to 2,000. You feel like you got a deal, even if you still paid double what a local might pay. I also love never paying taxes. Even after eating at a fancy, sit-down restaurant you won't be taxed and you are certainly not expected to tip.
6. The Heat
Even though I was a sweaty mess practically ...