Travelodge Suites Saint John
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... time stopping and starting. It is great practice and I am sure good for me, but the main problem is that the inclines are not at all gradual.
They are straight up and at times, I feel like my legs will break. My knees have a mind of their own when its time to come down. I make it to the boardwalk and waterfront passage, which is then a straight flat run for about 2km. I am as close now to the Atlantic Ocean as I am ever going to be, although we are officially on the Bay ...
... and continue straight. Even though I didn’t reach someone from every group, it turned out OK.
It seems strange to call Campobello, with it’s 34 rooms, a cottage. Most of the furnishings were original and the wallpaper was duplicated to match the original. Each room had a different cheery floral pattern wallpaper, which reminded me of grandma’s. The hot water delivery system, in the kitchen, consisted of a large shiny copper tank ...
... I inquire, ever so politely. Hum, haw, hum, haw. I state that if the bag needs to be shipped away for repairs, do NOT do it now. I need my case for my trip, so will have to use it with that ugly broken corner on it. No one but me will likely notice it. They will check with the company to see if the piece can be installed in the shop or not. A week passed and I never heard anything. After 10 days I decided to call the shop to check on my ...
... Nope, this place is called Saint John. This place was once dubbed "The Loyalist City" because of the arrival of 14,000 loyalists in the late 18th century. There were several things we wanted to see in Saint John. It is famous for it's reversing waterfall, the Saint John city market in the center of town, the New Brunswick museum (we found was closed today and tomorrow), a church with a cod fish weather vane, beautiful old architecture, Fort LaTour and the ...
BAY ferries leaves from Saint John - destination Digby, Nova Scotia - at noon on the summer schedule. I anticipated a long 3 hour trip with time to write. I did not expect the entertainment and New Brunswick Museum presentations. What a treat. The music was what I had hoped for when thinking about the Maritimes. The presentation was about the food chain in the Bay of Fundy that makes it possible for us to see ...