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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Beausejour Moncton
Nice hotel. Nothing special. Walking distance to downtown restaurants. Probably best place to stay in visiting Hopewell Rocks.
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Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick
What a fun day at Fundy!
This morning we visited Hopewell Rocks. On our way, Allison pointed out that the Petitcodiac River behind our hotel ebbs and flows with the tides of the Bay of Fundy. The water level was very high; the Bay of Fundy tide was obviously in. When we returned late afternoon, the …
Halifax: City Tour, Harbor Boat Ride, Wharf Lunch
Another gorgeous day. How blessed we are.
This morning was devoted to a city tour of Halifax. First up was Fairview Lawn Cemetery where 150 victims of the Titanic are buried. There are three types of headstones:
1. Identified graves of unclaimed victims …
This is where the journey starts ...
Packing is always a challenge ... I struggle with bringing too many things and chastizing myself for not being able to do just carry on (damn you hair products!). But last year's trip abroad had many helpful lessons about clothing I absolutely need to have and things I really should ...
... it comes!" We looked as this ripple of water came toward us about a foot deep. We thought this must be the prelude to something behind it that surfers might try, but nope.....that was it. Most everyone just laughed it off and tongue in cheek congratulated each other for witnessing such stupendous natural wonder. We have been told that it can be much bigger and full moons are best. During this chit chat with others we met some fellow campers in ...
... was also play in the rear differential and shaft drive that was again weird for me. I took that same exit ramp, where the group left me behind with the 800, and stomped on it and was hit with power unlike I had ever felt before. The KTM 1190 was quick, but not as quick as this bike at lower RPMs. But again, when shifting at high RPMs I got that torsional twisting of the engine. I settled in at 130km/h and hit the cruise control. This thing eats up miles ...