Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Saint John
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... or so we approached a truck with blinking yellow lights on the back. The truck moved at about 5-MPH and it was a two-lane bridge with no passing. At that rate, it would take us over an hour to cross the bridge. As we got closer, we saw it was a street cleaning truck. What a surprise, a street-cleaning truck on a long bridge. We speculated it was cleaning the ...
It was a good day to take as a rest day, as the weather was gloomy and rainy. I was able to finalise my plan to complete the tour and make hotel reservations accordingly.
Was good to recharge my batteries.
Next Destination: Sain-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec at the same hotel where I stayed on June 12, Day ...
... up on the trip home from Vegas. Nothing serious, and pending UPS, the part should be in and repairs completed next week. Other than that, I'm still waiting on one final surprise for London. I'm not holding my breath, however, because the organizers of this event are not cooperating. What is the surprise, you ask? Can't say as yet, cause I'm still keeping the faith that my heartfelt plea to provide two tickets ...
... br> We then left and drove down the street past the closed museum toward the fort on a hill. The street we drove on was a wonderful old street where Sheree had picked out several old houses she wanted to buy and restore. We went to the old fort overlooking the city. It provided a great view but there was nothing much else to see but an old blockhouse that is surely not original from 1700's when the Fort was first established. We again took a few photos as it ...
Well today, I was looking forward to the Bay of Fundy, having learnt at school that it has the highest tides in the world …..but it is FOGGY. It did improve as the day went on, but I'm sure we didn’t see it all at its best. Our tour guide was dressed as a Loyalist, because Saint John began as a collection of small settlements when a large number of people loyal to England fled the American ...