Chateau Saint John
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... two different motorcycles. I think one looks like mine, and one looks like Herb on his bike. What do you think ?? In a few minutes we arrived in Digby where we caught the Bay Ferries ferry to cross the Bay of Fundy to St John New Brunswick. It was a very calm ride where we had a presentation on whale watching and enjoyed the company and humour of two retired policemen from Ontario who were returning from a motorcycle ride to Newfoundland. As ...
... 7. Moka, Fizzi, Fanmilk & Other Delicious Treats
Okay, so I'm not a huge fan of Beninese cuisine, but they do have some awesome snacks and treats. For instance, Moka and Fizzi. Two delicious flavours of pop that haven't made it to the Canadian market yet. Moka is a coffee-flavoured coke and Fizzi is a grapefuit-flavoured pop. Both delish. Fanmilk is a 20 or 30 cent ice cream in a bag treat that tastes more like a frozen milkshake than ice ...
... and cobwebs. Whilst I might appear to hate the fog, it did provide a sense of exciting eeriness to the city and made for an interesting landscape that could include anything your imagination conjured, just as long as that imagination didn’t include the plastic mask from the barbeque last night.
After a lunch-stop at Tim Horton’s for a breakfast sandwich (they serve until midday on Sundays) I was very kindly taken to a few lookout points by Jaclyn. ...
Had lunch at Lily's at the entrance to the park. Went to Visitor Center and then to Reversing Falls. It's so amazing to see so much water moving. This river--St. John's--is about 1/2 mile wide above the falls. When they reverse, the water flows back up the river. We didn't get to see it at the highth of the reverse flow, but saw it flow backwards anyway.
Drove to St Martins to see what it was all about. Looked ...
... br> I then switched to walking trail number two to learn about the flash fire that broke out in 1877 which whipped across town and burnt 1,612 wooden buildings. So out of the ashes comes brick and these 'heritage' buildings are what you see today. You walk down the commercial avenues, shops, see some more historic churches and some townhouses.
It made a change to see brick heritage buildings but god ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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