Econo Lodge & Suites

Address: 1441 Manawagonish Rd., Saint John, New Brunswick, E2M 3X8, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1441 Manawagonish Rd., Saint John, is near Fundy Trail, Irving Nature Park, New Brunswick Museum, and Carleton Martello Tower.
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Travel Blogs from Saint John

A River Runs Through It - Both Ways

A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 04, 2014

6 photos

... br> We then left and drove down the street past the closed museum toward the fort on a hill. The street we drove on was a wonderful old street where Sheree had picked out several old houses she wanted to buy and restore. We went to the old fort overlooking the city. It provided a great view but there was nothing much else to see but an old blockhouse that is surely not original from 1700's when the Fort was first established. We again took a few photos as it ...

Saint John

A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 30, 2014

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... incorporated. It's a gritty port town and the natural beauty surrounding it is obscured by the smokestacks of a pulp mill, oil refinery and general urban blight. However, the downtown historic district has beautifully preserved 19th century buildings on steep, narrow side streets. Saint John didn't feel as vibrant as other big cities we've visited - very few people were at the outside music venue - maybe they were celebrating the long weekend out of town.......


The long way round

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... because I am top heavy with camping gear this year and have my tires inflated higher to see how the tires wear when inflated closer to maximum pressure versus running at the specifications stated for the bike. All these little changes make me a little more unstable and when I took off over the grass, I was fine, but when I stopped to look for traffic, the instability caught me and I fell over.

Byron and the ...

It's a lock!

A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Feb 14, 2014

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... a short one hour ride, direct with no stops. I got our last free walking tour in London booked as well. It is a 2.5 hour tour that includes St. James Palace, Buckingham Palace, Changing of the Guard, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and much more. And it's a "name your own price" tour, so you pay what you feel it's worth, in the form of a tip. And today I got out to the dollar store to purchase my padlock. ...

Day 1 of Driving Atlantic Canada

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 19, 2013

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... town its name and proceeded to make a lunch of, you guessed it, Bagels and salad. We scoffed down our lunch and took a walk around the cliffs above the falls and were impressed by what we saw. Although not as pretty as many falls we've seen on our travels, for sheer volume of water these were huge. The falls are a big rocky outcrop about 80m across that have a weir dam above them that controls the flow of water. Following spring melt the water that flows over here is ...