Holiday Inn Express Moncton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... This movement of water as well as other erosive forces carves tiny islands out of the seashore. The most famous area is called Flowerpot Rocks. At low tide they become pillars and you can walk on the sea bottom to view them. Another area on the Bay of Fundy has tidal variations that can be 56 feet. We spent the day here from high tide until almost low tide and thoroughly enjoyed the day. The tide went out at an amazing 1 vertical foot every 10 ...
... some gravol, I slept quite well, compared to the three other times I've made this trip. I was a bit sad that I had left my travel companion, My son Max, with his cousins in Charlottetown, but I knew he'd be having so much fun he would hardly miss ...
... Further along there was some elevation so some distant scenery came into view. This was still a rare thing, as it had been in Maine, but who's compaining on such a beautiful day (and when one is starting to feel better as well)?
At Salisbury I headed south from the highway. I'd been advised to go down to Hopewell Cape and have a look at the bay there, where tides are enormous. I noted on the ...
... food etc... find the top of the Becel tub. Where is the Becel tub??? look around, to find it on the floor, in the corner. EMPTY! That's it! she ate 1LB of margarine....kent had made toast and left the margarine out. she ate it all. no wonder she is not well. Relieved that everything she has been eating didn't do any damage...but could have avoided not dishing that money out.
So, her stools should just slip out now! LOL.
... it seemed I had a sty so Dr. Thorn got his eye ointment out and started giving me three hourly doses of this antibiotic ointment.
Came to the T Junction of Hwy 16 left is Nova Scotia and we turned to the right to New Brunswick where we turn off before Moncton to go down the coast to Hopewell Cape. The dual Hwy 2W passes through massive wetlands then forests of spruce and autumn maples, high voltage power lines in line with the highway and we ...