Holiday Inn Express Moncton
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... out of a field with a forklift and sling. We also saw another field where pumpkins lay under quilts and blankets like babies in a nursery. One small shed housed some quite interesting hockey memorabilia area which we were told was just a small portion of the giant collection that Howard Dill owned. He was a huge hockey fan as well as a huge fan of giant pumpkins. We bought a butternut squash, a small pumpkin and some Courtland and ...
... so after discussing it with Kaff we decided to go back out to the airport and take out the insurance. I cant believe we made it around Newfoundland in the car there and weren't properly covered !! Anyway we got out to the airport and the same woman was on and she couldn't have been nicer...she must have flicked a switch on her personality.
Today after breakfast we took off to Downtown Moncton. They have this massive river and its tidal, so twice a day ...
Stopped at the "Reverse Falls" in St. John's to see where the river looks to reverse because of the tides. Very interesting. Also got some info on NB and decided to push up the NB-1 to get closer to PEI.
Ended up Moncton, NB. Dinner at McGuiness Landing. Seafood pasta and Pump House Cream Ale. Really good local beer. IPA levels flavor with something light enough to not kill me after a long, hot day. The mussels tasted extra briny. Here's to a ...
If Moncton wasn't exciting enough first time round we only went and scored ourselves another 3 hour layover.
This time we were prepared and headed immediately from the desolate station to the Pumphouse Brewery, we'd enjoyed their local brew on our last stop and heard they did ...
... the over flowing drop toilets so it was a short stop. We followed the 955 coastal route which wasn't that scenic. More farmland and small communities.
Got to Cap-Pele and got some gas. I had a chuckle at all the kids on there quads trying to look tough. They would remove their helmets and reveal their zitty faces and talk in a high pitch 'balls haven't dropped' French accent.
Luckily the girl inside spoke English as my French is as good as my ...