Hilton Saint John

Address: 1 Market Square, Saint John, New Brunswick, E2L 4Z6, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Market Square, Saint John, is near Fundy Trail, New Brunswick Museum, Old City Market, and Carleton Martello Tower.
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      Travel Blogs from Saint John

      A River Runs Through It - Both Ways

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 04, 2014

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      October 4, 2014

      What a wonderful surprise. We got up this morning and had 2 little deer behind our motorhome. It was a great little place, dark quiet and no noisy neighbors, just shy baby mule deer. We started our day with breakfast and then we headed in to Saint John, NB. It started raining and we were worried our day may be spoiled. We could still do much even in the rain. Our GPS would not recognize St. John, St John, or other variations we could come ...

      Saint John

      A travel blog entry by barbo on Sep 01, 2014

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      ... in the ornate Victorian style and these lovely old buildings are now preserved. With a population of over 125,000, Saint John is New Brunswick’s largest city, and the only city located on the Bay of Fundy. We saw the Reversing Falls Rapids at Fallsview Park which because of the huge differences in tides, the river seems to be flowing backwards twice a day. At low tide, the St John river empties ...

      The Lower River Passage

      A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... Church the resting place of Colonel Richard Hewlett of DeLancey's Brigade. He was responsible for bringing the Loyalist regiments to this area. John Manzer and his brothers were with the DeLancey Brigades. Further up Hwy 102 I came to the Village of Gagetown. My quest to walk the soil of the places John and Martha Manzer had also walked was now complete. After an hour or more I travelled on to Fredericton very satisfied with my ...

      Faith Restored

      A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Mar 26, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... bookings, leaving that option to change them right up until departure, but other things I lock in when I think I've gotten the best possible price. This trip was no different. So when I learned last week that Susan couldn't go with us, I advised her husband that I would make an effort to get some of her money back...although I made no promises, explaining that most of my bookings were clearly marked "non refundable". I told him I would ask, but neither of us held out ...

      Day 1 of Driving Atlantic Canada

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 19, 2013

      4 photos

      ... town its name and proceeded to make a lunch of, you guessed it, Bagels and salad. We scoffed down our lunch and took a walk around the cliffs above the falls and were impressed by what we saw. Although not as pretty as many falls we've seen on our travels, for sheer volume of water these were huge. The falls are a big rocky outcrop about 80m across that have a weir dam above them that controls the flow of water. Following spring melt the water that flows over here is ...