Travelodge Suites Saint John
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... the Bay of Fundy), then we will work our way up to the Gaspe. We plan a long drive day and then a stop in Bonaventure, Perce for two nights to see the Gannets before they migrate south, Forillon National Park for three, where the Appalachian trail will take you all the way to the ocean, and then the Parc de Gaspesie to hopefully go Salmon fishing and see some Caribou and Moose. Whewwwww-then back to Surry Maine on 9-18 until the 24th. Thats the plan anyway.
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As well as saying lots of nice things about us as a group, Lynda had presents to give to people who had travelled with Trafalgar Tours before. I wasn't expecting anything, so was very thrilled to be given a big print of, you guessed it... Green Gables! The two trips I'd done with Contiki in Europe ten years ago counted, as they are affiliated with Trafalgar. I don't think anyone could have happier with their gift than I was.
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... a hundred feet away, and was so cute! When Kelly got her camera out, he looked back, slowly, and I tried to get him to stand up and look, but he got scared and ran away. Glad to know they are actually afraid of us! It was so exciting to see one that close! Also seen was an Alder Flycatcher...a cute little bird singing away nearby! #63 on our Big Year! :) We finished breakfast, then packed up, thanked Victor and Nadine, and headed out on the road. ...
... and wondered once again at how much back and shoulder trouble I’m going to get as a result of backpacking, but with my umbrella up I could at least boast a dry head. That was literally the only dry place by the time I’d finished waiting at the bus stop for twenty minutes; my bag, clothes, even the clothes inside my bag, were drenched, all because there wasn’t quite enough room under the bus shelter. There would have been if a man who was determined ...
... br> I wandered around the stalls, but realised they were full of, to be diplomatic, tat; the pottery rings were the most entertaining pieces, but the knitted dolls and shopping bags with 'Saint John’ crudely painted on them didn’t do the artisan title of the market justice. Fortunately the actual Saint John Market was a lot more fulfilling and made for an interesting walk as the fresh fruit, meat, and seafood intertwined with souvenirs and local ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed