Cooke's Motel

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada | Hotel
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High and Low Tides

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley


... one end than the other. The original supporting structure for the roof was built to rest on the dirt which sloped and neither the structure nor the floor has ever been altered other than the dirt was covered with cement.

From there, we stopped at the site of the “reversing falls”. This is where the waters of the Bay of Fundy and the Saint John River meet. The Bay of Fundy experiences the highest tides in the world. As the tide ...

Nothing up my sleeve

A travel blog entry by katgoaway


... to do now is watch for a last minute discount on a hotel. I think we're pretty good on most of our bookings, but a bit of a discount on our London hotel wouldn't be discouraged. I have my eye on another hotel in the area which I've stayed at before, and seems to have lots of availability. That's a recipe for a last minute discount, don't ya think? Next on my list...start packing. It's never too early for that, is ...

Day One

A travel blog entry by sabbatical


Hello from Canada-and day one on our sabbatical journey. We have driven in a deluge all day, but have made it as far St. John New Brunswick. We entered Canada at St. Stephen which brought about many interesting questions like-what if we came to Canada by boat? Who would take our passports? And is there a boarder out in the ocean you can see? How many kilometers are in a mile?
We found a little restaurant in St. George with a lot of seafood on the menu, and are now ...

Cruising with lobsters and Fundy Tides

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... to get tired of moving on each or every other day, and long enough to get to know people a little better than you may have otherwise. The other bus took them back to Halifax, and we drove on towards St. John's, further down the Bay of Fundy. This city is known for several reasons here in the Maritimes. It's the largest in New Brunswick, with currently around 68 000 people. It has a turbulent history, it's position at the mouth of a large river and coastal location ...

Canada is something else...

A travel blog entry by omilders


... Because the rock formations are incredible. But on other places the tide was not that big. Another thing that we noticed was that the water had a chocolat color. We asked one of the guides why that was, and it has two reasons. First; the rocks surrounding the bay of Fundy are a very red/brown because of iron content in the soft rocks. But secondly because of the high tide difference the sediment never has ...


This hotel, located in Saint John, is near Fundy Trail, Irving Nature Park, New Brunswick Museum, and Carleton Martello Tower.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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