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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the old names remain in the minds of some. From a high point on the road we looked over the valley and spotted the church on Hwy 8 and the woodlot that was once good farmland for the large Manzer families. We stopped at two cemeteries that I had given up on finding. In one of them I saw the memorial marker over the remains of, among others, my great-grandfather Willoughby Manzer. ...
Food trucks lined the walkway that was closest to my parked car. It was early and no lineups blocked my view of everyone's early morning preparation for this busy historic market. Open on Saturday mornings starting at 6:00 am, everything is grown or produced in New Brunswick. In 1951 the market building was constructed with ...
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Spotted an animal in the loyalist cemetery today.
First of all, the camera is only shaky for a little bit, and then you'll see it clearly.
what is it?
Also a picture of my laptop hooked up to the TV with the HDMI cable, to watch ...
... looking people standing around the door, one of them pulling gloves on. Another of our group quipped " that doesn't look good!" Lynda said the worst thing to try and get through in was an RV, as they can search them top to bottom, taking hours. Our stop for the night was the capital of New Brunswick, Fredericton, but first we had a stop to make 22km out of town. A re-created historic Arcadian village called Kings Landing was where we had dinner. It has been listed as Canada's ...
I'm at the airport to fly to TO from Fredericton to meet up with mum and James! Yesterday I checked off the final item on my list of things to do before leaving: cross country provincials! (before that were exams, drivers permit and laundry!) Winning gold was an awesome way to say farewell to NB! Tears were shed while saying goodbye to my precious little sibs ...