Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown

Address: 1005 Main St., Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 1G9, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1005 Main St., Moncton, is near Magnetic Hill Theme Park, Roads to Sea Guided Tours, Le Pays de la Sagouine, and Acadian Museum (Musee Acadien).
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    Travel Blogs from Moncton

    The Long & Winding Road Home

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 19, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... time. All meals are included, travel takes place at night while we are sleeping in our beds, and we can come and go as we please while in ports. We also only have to unpack and pack one time for the duration of the trip. I will be booking next summer's trip within the next few weeks to secure rock bottom pricing. But first, I need to recover from this month long European adventure. We hope you have enjoyed following along with us on our journey. We have had ...

    Bay of Fundy Goodness!

    A travel blog entry by emstreeter on Aug 11, 2014

    2 photos

    ... road. Except not as good. Ha ha. The Bay of Fundy has these massive tides that go in and out twice a day and of course the salt water mixed with other things washes away at the rocks leaving these Hopewell Rocks. When the tide is out you can go down and walk on the sea floor and give your toes a good mud bath. Manu and I look pretty funny walking around in bear feet playing in the ...

    TLH Day 9 of 9

    A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Jul 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... been a bad relay.

    The fiberglass filler panel that I made attaches to the underside of both the left and right Versys fairings. I like the look of it, but maintenance (electrical) is a lot more difficult. Both left and right fairings have to be removed together. This was the price I paid for a fairing restyle. I have since changed this as well. I built a steel bracket that now bolts through the fiberglass filler panel and comes off with a couple of bolts and some rubber ...

    Checking up on old memories

    A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on Jun 16, 2014

    31 photos

    ... t lying. I'd accomplished my task and headed back to Moncton and dinner and a sleep. Along the way I was curious about this setup:

    So, with all of this beauty filling my senses (just think of John Denver there...) I had to think about tomorrow's trek... Prince Edward Island and a start on the drive through Quebec along the St Lawrence shoreline.

    I had no idea what lay before me...


    2014 Season Preparation

    A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Apr 15, 2014

    17 photos

    ... air bubbles, but it no longer fits the bike.

    On to Attempt #2, Clay Plugs... Why not? Well it's not working the best either. The clay was great to shape. I'm getting pretty good at reproducing the shape of the fairing I'm going for, but the problem once again is the medium itself. The clay is still moist after one week. I managed to peel both the right and left fairings off, and bring the entire wood structure in the house where it is warm. It is starting to crack. ...