Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Saint John
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... visit with 112 Euros to be used while Fay and I are attending the show. It can be used for champagne, programs, photos, etc. Not what we hoped, but something. And really, they could easily have said "Non! Pas de refund!", but they didn't. So, the moral of this story...it never hurts to ask! The second moral of this story...people all over the world have a heart! My faith in humanity wasn't entirely absent... just a bit jaded around the edges. But now...restored....totally ...
... weren't wearing their best suede shoes.
We made our way back along the 915 and passed through Alma. It would have been nice to stop and have lunch there as the cute little mom and pop restaurants looked inviting and the weather wasn't.
We had already procured our delicious lunch of muffins and yogurts though so we had to be strong and resist the temptation of the warm eateries.
The Fundy National Park car park was our dining room ...
... Brunswick. After getting settled in Camper's City, Jean, Janet, Lyn and I drove down to Hopewell Cape to see the "Flower Pots" while the tide was out. Hopewell Cape is located on the Bay of Fundy. The "Flower Pots" at rock monoliths standing in the sand right at the shore. Very picturesque and beautiful. After looking around for an hour or so, we drove back to the rig for cocktails and fresh crab ...
... was nice to do something normal like sitting down for dinner and having a conversation.
This morning, we got ready and said our goodbyes to the Jewers and left at 9:30am. Today is Labour Day which means that no shops were open except for the usual fast food joints. We stopped in at A&W and got some burgers to go in Bridgewater and jumped on a country road that took us into the heart of Nova Scotia. We stopped off before noon at Kejimkujik National Park ...
... Spaghetti as the main dish followed by home-made ice cream cake with Skor bar for dessert. After dinner it was crunch time. My brother Tony kicked off the speeches with a very heart-felt, off-the-cuff introduction to the orphanage and why I deserve the award…caught me completely off guard! Tears were welling up but I managed to keep them in, and the next thing I was standing on stage with a microphone in my hand jibber-jabbing away (luckily I had ...
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