Travelodge Suites Saint John
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... often causes very heated debates at meal times on the ship. I have found people to be as equally passionate about the topic from both sides and have listened with interested to all sides of the debate. The only opinion I found insulting was from a man who commented that only women like Obama as it is in the female makeup to fall for con men as we can't see passed a mans charm. ...
Saint John is a really neat city. I can trace my father's side of the family tree back to New Brunswick. Early in the morning we made a visit to the Fernhill Cemetery where my ancestors are laid to rest. William Murdoch came to Saint John from Scotland. His son, William worked at the lighthouse on Partridge Island (which was a busy place back in his day, as it was the quarantine area for newly arrived immigrants). He had a son, George, and ...
... along the bay that the tide moves, joining the water that is already sloshing around, a bit like a bathtub with it moving from one side to the other when disturbed. This huge amount of water moving in and out each day means the bays waters are always on the move, turbulent with no time for the sediment to settle before the next swell of the tide.
Many of the Arcadians who arrived in the Bay of Fundy during the 1640's and 50's used their methods of draining ...
... The flights were smooth and on time and in Saint John I was greeted by my Mom who took me on a mini shopping spree of last-minute purchases like new jeans, new socks, toe nail clippers, a soap holder and those sorts of things. Luckily I found everything I was looking for and would have the rest of the weekend to relax…NOT! Packing, unpacking, then repacking, meeting with friends, spending time with family and preparing for the Benin ...
... the harbour of St John there was a large oil tanker anchored off shore, either loading or unloading oil from the Irving storage tanks that were clearly marked as Irving property. The ride through St John was a bit exciting as the GPS pointed us onto a one way street in the wrong direction. All worked out as the cars all stopped for us, and we made it to the hotel for the night. St John looks as if it has had a much better past, as it seems very rough and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed