Travel Blogs from Saint John
Waking the next morning would have been a bit of a come down if it hadn't been for the fact that we had a fun adventure waiting for us on the other side of the Strait. I considered asking Lynda and Frank to leave me behind on P.E.I, but it wouldn't have looked good for their tour record, so I climbed with rather mixed feelings on to the bus.
We awoke to another sunny day in Tadoussac. There didn't seem to be a breeze in the air. This was a good omen, because we were going to spend a large portion of the day sailing across the St. Lawrence. And considering that my cold had worsened, I didn’t want to be adding seasickness to my list of maladies. Tom, on the other hand, seemed to be …
We parked and walked over to the pier area where there was a small beach and boardwalk with restaurants and the Hilton. We got lunch there at a seafood place, but the lobster roll was aweful, no taste at all. Lu got a tuna wrap with pea soup. Then we figured we could drop off our bags in the room, so we checked into the Delta New Brunswick. It was …
... Brunswick. After getting settled in Camper's City, Jean, Janet, Lyn and I drove down to Hopewell Cape to see the "Flower Pots" while the tide was out. Hopewell Cape is located on the Bay of Fundy. The "Flower Pots" at rock monoliths standing in the sand right at the shore. Very picturesque and beautiful. After looking around for an hour or so, we drove back to the rig for cocktails and fresh crab ...
Well continued my trip up the coast of Maine and made a side trip to the Acadia National Park. Another great place! The park is an island with a great beach for the kids and a one way 'loop' road around the outskirts of the park. The road is two lanes and you can stop anywhere to take pics, explore etc. as long as you park in the right hand side.
I crossed over to Nova Scotia at St Stephen it was ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Ideal location, being attached to a mall linked to many attractions and other places such as a railway station, museum, library and giant aquatic centre, as well as markets over 100 years old. All facilities are clean and modern. Fresh fruit infused drinks are complimentary in the foyer. Staff were welcoming and friendly. It's a short walk to harbour restaurants and the historic area of town.
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