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TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau Moncton
If you are in Moncton, check this place out before you go anywhere else. Great location on the river, the rooms were clean and comfortable. The breakfast was very good and we were able to sit out on the deck and eat. The price was lower than anyplace else including the Motel 6 by the highway.
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... and headed back to the car and on our way.
Now we have a dilemma again. If we stopped at Joggins fossil fields it may not leave us enough time to get to the viewing spot for the tidal bore. This is a ************* for a geologist's daughter. We didn't want to chance it and miss the natural phenomena, so we skipped Joggins. (Sheree knows now she has been disowned by her family for this. She asks forgiveness from her Dad, brother ...
... neat as a button. The lush green grasslands and paddocks and the muddy rivers and streams all so picturesque.
Now with all this beauty around, we had the once called Kodak Kaff in the passenger seat, now called Canon Kaff on account of her new huge camera with the big zoom. She missed a few crucial shots due to forgetting to take the lens cap off, or hitting the wrong button and blacking out the screen and so on and so on. There were several Oh, arrs, ...
Stopped at the "Reverse Falls" in St. John's to see where the river looks to reverse because of the tides. Very interesting. Also got some info on NB and decided to push up the NB-1 to get closer to PEI.
Ended up Moncton, NB. Dinner at McGuiness Landing. Seafood pasta and Pump House Cream Ale. Really good local beer. IPA levels flavor with something light enough to not kill me after a long, hot day. The mussels tasted extra briny. Here's to a ...
... any as they migrate in late September early October. Kept driving on the gravel road till Hwy 114 the main coastal road and stopped at Alma a small fishing town. Lobster season is finished so nearly everything is closed so no cooked lobster to take back for dinner. Walked around the little town Richard had a Pepsi and I took a Photo of a boat called “Amanda 1” to stir up Richards daughter Mandy. Tide is out at the moment and all ...
... though and had a brew with our lunch. The cabin was enshrouded in shade so it was warmer out than in. We stayed for about half an hour and hit the trail.
Went through Kensington and Summerside Then pulled over for photos of the Confederation Bridge.
It must be one of the biggest I have seen. It's impressive looking from a distance but up close it's just a mass of reinforced concrete. I took photos of us riding over but the view isn't that great. ...