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25/9/15 - Our last day in Canada. Sad to leave but time moves on.
We have spent 82 days driving across from West to East and covered 11000+ miles.
Unfortunately we haven't been able to cover every nook and cranny but our jouney has taken us from coast to coast and given us great insight into what Canada is all about.
... to find not only the parking spot but believe it the downtown as well . That is almost a first for me (yes it is Greg doing today's blog) walked vast majority of the streets and heritage buildings most impressive. They have wonderful parks and things dedicated to their heritage well worth seeing.
Decided to go back to the campsite and drink yeh we managed that as well. ...
All this time I thought I was the only one who liked "free". Nay, nay! There are plenty of us in this "frugal" boat! I'm finding out just how many as we get closer and closer to departure. Here we are only one week from away and I'm still surfing the net for fun and different (read free) things to do. This week I've identified two festivals going on while we are away. One in Brighton, England and the other in Galway, Ireland. Both are destinations for day trips during our ...
... small restaurants and lots of knick knack souvenir shops. It was very nice and filled with more locals than tourists. They seem to come for the food and to visit with friends. There were bags of what looked to be reddish potpourri but was something called dulse. We were given samples of both the smoked and the plain dried. It is seaweed and Sheree thought it was quite tasty but Ted said "what's the point of eating seaweed". We saw it at a few of the ...
... On our way back to the highway we did a little snooping at a local fruits and veggie stand. Caro wanted to see the worlds largest axe buy Krissy (aka sometimes Hitler) made the executive decision that that was a stupid idea and detoured back to the Trans-Can. Next stop: the capital city! Fredericton A little whirlwind tour of the city was the perfect break for the girls and Guido! Getting ice cream in the infamous red lighthouse and taking a walk along the waterfront was ...