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Waking the next morning would have been a bit of a let 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 I guess it wouldn't have looked good for their tour record, so I climbed with rather mixed feelings on to the bus …
... Martins, we returned to Saint John to the “reversing falls” to now see the same as the tide was going out. Wow! What a display of the power of Mother Nature! My analogy is that it was as though someone pulled the plug on a huge drain out in the Bay. The kinetic energy from the force of the water pushed back up the river as it was unleashed by the receding water in the Bay was amazing.
We then returned to our rigs mid afternoon, and ...
... hope. To backtrack just a bit, Kier and I got storm stayed in Bangor in February 2013 when winter storm Nemo forced us to miss our Myrtle Beach trip. We had condos booked and a car rented through Priceline, which some of you may be familiar with as being notoriously anti-refund. No worries...we had trip interruption insurance and could claim anything that we couldn't get refunded. As most of the eastern seaboard had been hit with the storm, it was no surprise to many ...
The Flowerpot Rocks or Hopewell Rocks as they are officially called are about an hour from Moncton. We had suggestions from many people to go here and see the weird geological formations.
We followed the Petitcodiac River South and found the park.
As I am becoming American (lazy) and Michelle's leg was still gimpy we took the golf buggy down to the rocks. Otherwise it would be a half hour walk.
The tide was half way out/in so we had a ...
... for your attention and will tug, yank, pull, and push you for it, which gives your clothing a run for its money. We will be in Europe near the end of October/early November so temperatures will be chilly but nowhere near Canada-cold. Still, I had to pack heavier clothing and not your typical backpacker clothing either…Ryan warned me I have to look fashionable in Europe (or at least try to not look like a bum). Afterwards we head to the Middle East where ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Brunswick Saint John
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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