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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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A nice little town ... emphasis on little. The heritage district was full of Victorian gingerbready type houses, and the New Brunswick Museum was interesting, but not a lot to photograph, sorry.
... waited around to hear the band play on the boardwalk. The theme this week was Cajun Roots and the band that played had an East Texas/Southern Louisiana feel to it, so enjoyed that until they finished playing around 10. There was a mexican restaurant, Rosa's, up the way, so we ventured there. Boy am I glad we did because it was Ladie's Night Sangria Pitcher Happy Hour! This place had a giant outdoor patio surrounded by three burned out old apartment buildings and a giant big ...
... 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 an exciting day as we headed into another new phase of our trip. We were spending 9 days on the road exploring Atlantic Canada including some of the Maritime Provinces. We were looking forward to lighthouses, coastline and natural beauty but above all was to see the fall colours of the trees. To assist us in this part of the trip we welcomed Clarry the Corolla to our team. We were to be doing approximately 4,000kms in 9 days so he was ultra important. At 7am ...
... where the river runs through a narrow gorge before emptying into the Bay of Fundy. The daily tides of the bay force the flow of water to reverse against the prevailing current at this location. We also went to the City Market, one of the oldest in the Province.
Fri Aug 30--we left in the car early to catch a ferry to Deer Island and then onto Campobello Island, the home of F. D. ...