Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Saint John
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... to that over Niagara Falls. On our visit the water level wasnt so high but the flow was still very powerful. Typically of an attraction like this they have tacked it up by putting a couple of large zip lines across the top. Probably a cool thing to do but takes away from the beauty of the site for a few dollars. About 1.30pm we headed off towards St John. Ahead of us was another 3.5hrs driving so it was full steam ahead. On the way south we noticed that ...
... also clean the bike for us as it is covered with splattered bugs, and we really don't want to clean it ourselves this time.
When he gets back he tells me they gave him the local discount on the tyre so that saved us $130. They wanted to know why we didn't have the Canadian flag on the back of the bike with Aussie and US one. They bought a large Canadian flag over to the bike and Paul got a photo.
... planning to stop there for a bite to eat or a stroll. Despite it’s attractiveness, we weren’t keen for either a bit or a stroll and so carried on, trying to get to Sussex to see the 5pm launch of the hot air balloons at the balloon festival. Today was the Sunday of the festival, which had been happening since Friday. Had we arrived on Friday or yesterday, we would have seen something of beauty. Because ...
... it has been operating sine 1876. The roof was built to resemble a ship's inverted hull to reflect the city's shipbuilding past. It was smaller than I expected, but I enjoyed poking around and picking up a few things. And we have to stop doing this, but we had another great dinner. Bill had lobster again, but this time the hand made Caesar Salad, made in a cut out wooden log, was the highlight of the dinner. Yum. This has been a grand finale to our time in ...
... Also worth noting are the old gin bottles full of candy-coated peanuts, vanilla and chocolate bite-sized cookies and coco-rapé (grated and fried coconut).
8. The Unpredictability
Similar to #4, Benin often surprises you with things you can not expect or predict. You can never be quite sure what you might see upon leaving the house. For example, one evening on our short 15-minute walk from our house to Prince's house we came across a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility