Four Points by Sheraton Moncton
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... in the Halifax city hall stopped as a result of the explosion and it was never repaired in memory of those who died.
We drove by the shipyards. Saw Canada’s Atlantic naval fleet. Passed the public gardens. Drove through Dalhousie University campus (20,000 students, 7th largest in Canada, only $4000 per year for Canadians). Visited Young Street and its elegant homes. And finally, drove the length of the wharf, with ...
... and sharing stories about travel and family. Both the other couples were from British Columbia. We exchanged information and may try to see each other again if our paths cross again later this year. Very nice folks. We have found the most interesting people when traveling around.
When we all got too cold we parted ways and went to our respective "houses". We made a light supper of crumpets and cocoa and worked on the internet until ...
... dyna” mode. Even in 6th gear at 130km/h it was so responsive. Maybe too responsive. A small 2mm twist of the throttle results in the front wheel skipping on and off the ground. On a rough road this is quite problematic where it is difficult to keep your hand steady. I switched to “rain” mode and the throttle was much easier to handle. So from a Versys owner, this bike is odd in its configuration, and sluggish in its first 3 gears because ...
... down the stairs and actually walked around all these massive rock formations which are usually underwater. It was all really unusual and different and there were heaps of people walking around. From the top there was great views of the huge mudflats.
Travelled back into Moncton calling into Sobys the supermarket to pick up supplies for camping as we are back into the tent tomorrow night in Charlottetown. Look out Anne of Green Gables...just imagine that.
Stopped at the "Reverse Falls" in St. John's to see where the river looks to reverse because of the tides. Very interesting. Also got some info on NB and decided to push up the NB-1 to get closer to PEI.
Ended up Moncton, NB. Dinner at McGuiness Landing. Seafood pasta and Pump House Cream Ale. Really good local beer. IPA levels flavor with something light enough to not kill me after a long, hot day. The mussels tasted extra briny. Here's to a ...