Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Moncton
... see anything that gave us a clue where to look. We suspect our internal Canadian hockey homing device is a bit rust after so many years living in the US. We stopped a young woman passing by and asked where we might find evidence of the birthing of hockey. She was so enthusiastic about her town and gave us directions to the hockey museum but said we had to see the Long Pond on Howard Dill's farm since that's where the game actually started. Who ...
... Our hand luggage, I had 3 pces and Kathryn 2 so we were fully loaded. The flight to Halifax was on a small like Dash 8..In Halifax we had to wait 45 minutes before getting called for our flight to Moncton and it was on a small 18 seater..I mean really tiny, so small we couldn't fit any of our Backpacks anywhere, the co-pilot ended up taking them and strapping them into two spare seats. It was only a 35 minute flight and the scenery was stunning.
... had written while staying in Moncton during the manhunt. This lady had worked along side one of the officers and knew everything about all of their families etc. The need for a washroom turned into a rather touching visit.
We did a walk along what is termed as 'Mud River' ... think red clay mud. I thought it would be fun to walk over and see the water - Caleb wanted to come too and bounded past me ...
It rained most of the day yesterday, off and on (mostly on) all night last night, all day today, and is expected to rain all night tonight, but that is not stopping us from getting out there and seeing all we can.
There was nothing formally scheduled for today other than a "movement order" meeting late in the afternoon, so our tail gunners suggested an optional trip to Moncton about 30 miles north of the campground ...
... 6 inches across) fell and just missed Shirley. She, and we were a bit surprised needless to say. We then drove to Alma and their wharf. Shirley took a picture earlier in the day as we drove by that shows the fishing boats riding in the water. When we returned, the same boats were resting in the mud. The tides here are ...