Comfort Inn Fredericton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... She did not die until 1935 so Harriett had a sister-in-law for comfort. I travelled further north on Highway 8 and turned west along Provincial Road 107 through Stanley and on to the Williamsburg cemetery. Harriet's father Aaron Hay is listed in the County Directory for 1884 as a farmer in the Williamsburg Settlement with postal service in Stanley. The road was not friendly but the farmer I asked directions from was. ...
My intent was to stay in Fredricton, the capital of New Brunswick, but the storm I encountered the tail end of yesterday left 95% of the city, including the Motel I had booked, completely without power ... so much so that there were huge queues at the few Petrol Stations that had power so that people could get fuel.
As a result, I decided to press on to St John ... but I did take a photo of the changing of the guard at City Hall ...
Only a few places on Main ...
... street, but when you've got cast iron bats adorning your gate posts, a fancy turret one end, and a tower on the other, you've got to expect some gawkers! There were a few lurking just outside the gate, but they wouldn't oblige by moving out of the way, so you'll have to put up with people in that shot! After lunch at Portland, in a Ruby Tuesdays restaurant, we continued on our long road trip. On the way up we followed the main highway through Massachusetts, New Hampshire and ...
... as the tour book informed us that the road was seasonal and there was no way I was going to convince Bill to take us there! So off we went to Fredricton to enjoy the sights of NB's Capital City! What an interesting history this city has. The English, the French, the Mi'kmaq, the Maliseet, the Acadians, the Loyalists, were all involved in it's history! It's population is under 60,000 so it's pretty small ...
Yesterday I bought a new curtain rod and curtains. The rod includes a drapery rod with it, should I want to add panels behind, I can. I am thinking of getting 2 rods like that for the rooms upstairs so I can add a panel behind the lace so its not so seethrough.
Also one for the back dining room window since I didnt change that one yet.
However the rod was $50, plus extra curtains... As a result I am also putting together a new resume and ...