Econo Lodge Moncton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ran toward the fire or ran to windows to see the fire. When the explosion occurred, 2000 people were killed, and 6000 were injured (many blinded by flying glass shards in their eyes). Some 10,000 homes were damaged or destroyed.
To make matters worse, a blizzard struck Halifax the day after the explosion, interfering with rescue efforts. Survivors had to deal with the cold; and others made homeless by the explosion died of exposure. ...
... like ours. Well not really, theirs is brand new and has all the wonderful bells and whistles. They were planning on camping in Moncton tonight as well so we told them of the place we planned on staying at and 1/2 hour after we got settled they arrived and camped right next to us. We met another couple as well and all three couples met for a drink to visit before dinner. We had diet coke, they had glasses of wine. We spend an enjoyable ...
... highway. Very comfortable. But not as comfortable a riding position as the wide bared, supermotolike F800GS. With some tweaking (adjustment) the big GS would be fine. I took that same exit ramp that scared the hell out of me with the TKCs on the 800, and carved it. It was a weird feeling leaned over. I couldn't help but steal a look down at the cylinder head that was, I'm sure, was an inch off the ground, This bike handles well. I used the bike in ...
... used by stock. It reminded me of the movie "The bridges of Maddison county".
We had some lunch at a small place call ALMA and the food was excellent..I had a Lobster Pannini and salad and the fresh lobster was yummo . We found some more Androndeck chairs and the lookout at the top of the range in Fundy National Park even had some red ones. So after a few chair photos we had to move it back to Hopewell Rocks to see the low tide. The difference was amazing ...
... heat in St. Johns. The one lady mentioned that it was 20 in St. John at 3 pm. I looked at her somewhat doubting, but she was right.
From St. Stephens, NB at the border to St. John's, about an hour away, a massive fog set in. Visibility down below 800m on NB-1. And the temperature did in fact plummet to 16 (61 F). It felt great. I had to zip up the vents and put on a jacket. The only other time I can recall such a phenomenon was going from Davis, California to ...