Travelodge Suites Saint John
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> We then left and drove down the street past the closed museum toward the fort on a hill. The street we drove on was a wonderful old street where Sheree had picked out several old houses she wanted to buy and restore. We went to the old fort overlooking the city. It provided a great view but there was nothing much else to see but an old blockhouse that is surely not original from 1700's when the Fort was first established. We again took a few photos as it ...
... incorporated. It's a gritty port town and the natural beauty surrounding it is obscured by the smokestacks of a pulp mill, oil refinery and general urban blight. However, the downtown historic district has beautifully preserved 19th century buildings on steep, narrow side streets. Saint John didn't feel as vibrant as other big cities we've visited - very few people were at the outside music venue - maybe they were celebrating the long weekend out of town.......
... s car as it rained all day long. The long rain spell made it particularly delightful to awaken to the warm sunshine Friday morning. Pearl came by to get her bike and join the Motor Maids for breakfast at the Irving Big Stop at Salisbury, so Cheryl, Byron and I tagged along as well. We had the luxury of eating with Pam as the group was already seated and there was no space left at their table. Pam rode up from Sussex just to see ...
Our last train booking has been made on the Thalys which will take us from Paris to Brussels. It was actually quite reasonable for a high speed train at only 29 Euros per person. The only problem that arose during the booking process is that we aren't sitting together. The system assigns seating and as it happens, Sue and Fay are sitting quite close together. Me, I'm in another coach entirely. Oh well. ...
... loves towns to be famous for something. On our way we passed Florenceville Bristol the apparent french fry capital of the world, Hartland the home of the worlds longest covered bridge and we also passed Nackawic the home of the Worlds biggest axe. Ok so the french fry thing I can understand, the covered bridge would be beautiful, but the worlds biggest axe...Cmon!! I know we have biggest banana, prawn etc but axe is a bit crazy! Once we had completed our chuckling we ...