Days Inn Edmundston
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The Days Inn was neat and tidy.It was fairly new but it was decorated rather old fashioned.The rooms were fairly small but very nice.
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... bed. Ciera had nary a problem and she slept through it, but then the top bunks have a railing to keep you in bed. I fear we shan't veer much from the itinerary as we make are way home; I sense that the old guy is ready to put the hammer down and get home with as few stops as possible. Original plan was to stop in Moncton for the night but it was decided that there were too ...
... burgers without all the grease and yummy clams ( my personal favourite). The rain was falling quite hard and it was getting foggy not a great start to a holiday but we were looking forward to a brighter week. Jason also left Montreal this morning in his new mobile camper and he too had arrived in Bonaventure . Jay was lending his tent trailer to the girls for the week. As usual, we made our grocery stop ...
... in front of you. This is where I was able to prove that the only line I mastered in the French language Is all you need to survive in Quebec and that is "can I speak English please!" By saying this small phrase in French, as well as the small conversational pleasantries you can survive! Take that Madame Cuellar! The kids loved the dinner, it was good and casual and easy to unwind. Mia especially loved it! Now because we had a meal out that meant that we were going to do ...
... at Boston Pizza's.
Generally, it is not my favourite eating place, but this time I had a spinach
salad and it was fresh and tasty and I enjoyed it very much. There was a Boston
Cream Ice Cream dessert available which was so tempting, that we ordered it
with four forks and shared it all around. The general consensus was that we would
order that dessert again. Maybe even without ...
... border. The campground has a pool - Eric had a swim even though it's only 20 degrees. We'd bought cheese and bread at Metro in Quebec and had a picnic for dinner. The campground had a play about New Brunswick which we missed because we thought it started at 8pm! Off to St. Andrew tomorrow- it's a shame to leave this wonderful ...