Econo Lodge Moncton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but it was the same size as the first one we saw. We didn’t actually go in as there was a traffic jam at the entrance where you had. Cape Enrage was a letdown. We were a bit disappointed with the size of the lighthouse.
We went to Hopewell Rocks when the tide was in so we could see all the water around the rock formations while the tide was in. It was a 15 minute walk to the lookout downhill and then it was a struggle to get back, for me anyway.
... had written while staying in Moncton during the manhunt. This lady had worked along side one of the officers and knew everything about all of their families etc. The need for a washroom turned into a rather touching visit.
We did a walk along what is termed as 'Mud River' ... think red clay mud. I thought it would be fun to walk over and see the water - Caleb wanted to come too and bounded past me ...
... to clear my windshield. These can be had for just over $50.
2 Motorwerk Peg Lowering Blocks. These will bolt directly to my DRZ650 pegs. I expect this will be a 5 min installation. These are a must at $50.
3 Motowerk Brake Adjustment Nut. I am not sure if I will need this because I am fairly short. This will allow additional adjustment on the brake pedal. I think they sell it for under $10.
4 Sena Bluetooth Backpack ...
... them are from America and Canada.
We also rode into Halifax and visited the Citadel National Historic site, very interesting history. They fire one of the cannons off at midday every day of the year except Christmas Day. They say that a lot of the people in the city rely on the sound of the cannon to realise that it is midday. Even Mums in their homes depend on the sound for various reasons. I tried to take a photo of the gun going off, but got such a bloody ...
... to do...without any difficulties uphill. I got to Edmunston N.B. and fuel the jeep with a little break of 30mins then next stop was rivière du Loup. I knew route 20 would be better on fuel as its flat land all the way to Montreal and I was right, the jeep was averaging 14l/100km. we got to Montreal around 430 AT ... The landlord wasn't home so we waited 1.5 hours in the ...