Cooke's Motel

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saint John

Yes we "can-can"

A travel blog entry by katgoaway

... must do. Sue has been gathering information on some "essentials" for Paris and I can't wait to see what fun and unique things she has identified for us. I'm up for almost anything...except maybe rappelling off the Eiffel Tower! I've even stocked up on some British Pounds and Euros for the trip. I've bought minimum amounts of both and will utilize my ATM card while away for any cash infusions I may need. It'll be here before I know ...

Day 1 of Driving Atlantic Canada

A travel blog entry by rorox


... up our gear, ate our breakfast and checked out. We only had to walk for 10 minutes to Cote Du Palais to collect Clarry. Within 5 mins in the office we were off through Quebec City, over the St Lawrence and heading North East towards the top of New Brunswick. Today was to be a day that involved extensive driving for about 7 hours to get ourselves well into atlantic Canada. We drove on for about 3 hours finally crossing over into New Brunswick about 11.30am. What struck us ...

Bay of Fundy

A travel blog entry by paulandkaren


... for lunch and then go and check out the Reversing Falls where the king tides in the Bay of Fundy actually reverse the flow of the water as it meets the Saint John River. Cool to see. It creates a wave that pushes the water backwards.

We spend the rest of the day resting. Tomorrow we are heading back into the ...

Cruising with lobsters and Fundy Tides

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... bad about ripping one apart for a meal. Hypocritical, I know. We learnt the ways to tell the difference between a male and female lobster. Also, how many, or should I say how few, of the up to 100 000 eggs hatched by the female actually make it to adulthood (only about 1%). Ron told us that the old wooden traps we'd been seeing everywhere are no longer in use by most fishermen, being vulnerable to wood rot and woodworm. Fishermen would have to spend lots of time ...

Strange Brew

A travel blog entry by brian_stevens


... scallops with pasta. YUM YUM. Brian got the 8oz stout-soaked steak with potatoes and veggies. =)

All of the shops were closed, but they were having "St. John Country Idol" down by the waterfront. We took some pictures of the lighthouse through the fog and then headed back to the college. Did some reading and started looking at our wedding photographs from Marek. Oh my we are SO excited!! Finally pulled ourselves away from the computer to get some ...


This hotel, located in Saint John, is near Fundy Trail, Irving Nature Park, New Brunswick Museum, and Carleton Martello Tower.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cooke's Motel Saint John

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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