Hilton Saint John
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... in the shoppe that we had some lunch said that they closed for the winter at the end of the month After we went back through the forest of a million colours and the reversing Rapids we had a couple of hours to walk around St Johns - the lobster shops had huge queue's Useless info - the tides in St Johns rise and fall twenty six feet every day - and right enough we got off on deck seven and back on deck two Good ...
... to Canada, after the American Revolution. A few decades later, thousands of Irish immigrants – also seeking refuge – sailed into the Bay of Fundy, and by 1850, the population of this young town had skyrocketed. All was going smoothly until once again a Great Fire in 1877, destroyed over 1600 buildings (13,000 people homeless) built from the plentiful timber. The city was rebuilt using brick ...
... we were from and so forth. We spent about twenty minutes talking with them before we could get lose and head back to the hotel. They were very friendly but I think they must not have seen a sidecar before and were just fascinated by it. ONI a side note: Most, if not all, of the people we have met on this trip have been genuinely nice and very open and friendly. Serves to restore your faith in the human race! Tomorrow we move on to Nova Scotia and the Cabot ...
... time gets near, there's less and less to do. Everything's been looked after. I've even managed to book a boat cruise on the River Seine. Hey, it's Paris! You've just got to do it. The best thing was that booking in advance entitled you to a nice discount, plus the flexibility to use your tickets whenever is convenient within a year after booking. Ours can be used for either an afternoon or evening cruise. All ...
... tide when the water from the Bay of Fundy rushes up the Samon River into the interior of New Brunswick. This creates whirpools, rapids and swirling waters with a huge amount of power. We drove down a viewed this crazy phenomenon and were amazed at the huge volume of water that shifts up this river. The site has been typically touristified with zip lines, power speedboats and restaurants everywhere. We took it for what it was an enjoyed this place for about 30mins. ...