Howard Johnson Inn Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson Inn Woodstock
The Howard Johnson is right on the Trans Canada highway, very close to the Houlton, Maine border crossing. It's a functional motel, comes with a minimal but functional breakfast. There is a pool in the main building but we didn't use it. The rooms had free wifi which worked great as did the air conditioning. The furniture and decor was dated but clean and the bed was comfortable. It's fine for a stopover which is what most people are looking for here.
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We decided to go on a road trip to New England and were planning to head to Salem, MA. We thought that if we drove up to New Brunswick to Woodstock and crossed the border at Houlton and drove down the I95 to get there, it would be faster than to go via the old Route 1 and Bangor. It might have been faster, but it was a kind of a boring drive really …
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... we saw on the 132 est. Huge rolls of hay like giant wheatabix lay in the fields or were already rolled into their long white raincoats, ready for winter feed time. The rich aroma of manure being loaded out of the barns and spread out to nurture the fields wafted through the van, making us wrinkle our noses and blame the dog. We hear the call of the wild geese overhead as they are heeding the signs of approaching cold weather. Flocks of snow ...
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We spent some time last night and a bit this morning planning out our day. We thought we would head up the highway following the "lighthouse route" along the south side of the St. Lawrence. There are 48 lighthouses and although many of them are inaccessible, some are closed for the season and a few were really expensive to visit, we chose 3 along the route that thought were ...
... and I hydro-planed a few times. Scared the **** out of me!
Got to the border and there was a HUGE line. Took about 40 minutes to get through. At least it had quit raining while I was sitting in line!
495.5 miles today.
Off to Bennington, Vermont tomorrow, if it's not pouring!!!!