Lakeview Inns & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... point we were really stinky and needed a shower. We have actually been having a pretty good time of finding cheap or free places to shower but we had gotten accustomed to the easy showering at Sarah and Bens place. We called up the UNB fitness center and found out they actually do free first time day passes. We took advantage of their gym and got in a great workout before an awesome shower in the locker rooms. After another few hours of coffee at Starbucks in the afternoon, ...
... came together in the hallway. Yes the window problem had happened to someone's mother down the hall. Another gentleman came to see if I had the window correctly locked down. Yes it was. It was kind of them to check on this West Coast guest. The last hurricane-like weather I experienced was Hurricane Frieda in 1963 in Burnaby. It was a quiet day. I read the full Moffitt genealogy and worried about my host and hostess down on the Moffitt farm in Harvey. Their ...
... skills and explained to the mechanic what our battery issue was. He quickly diagnosed the issue as a faulty solenoid and made the necessary repair. We were on the road in no time and everything is right as rain.
Oh, and I also forgot that she had a good 10 minute French conversation at check in with the staff and sounded to me like she had lived here all her life.
... I found the gym and did some deliberate exercise for the first time in over two weeks. That felt good, but it was 10:30 so I kept it short. Back in my luxurious room I spent quite a while uploading photos and finishing off blog entries. Lets just say it was late when I called it a night, having set the alarm for 6:30 am, hoping to go for a walk along the St Johns River.... Next thing I knew I heard the door opening, or at least someone trying to open it, as I'd set the ...
... We loved the wide open space of New Brunswick - just like northeast Maine. Much more peaceful driving than in the heavily populated cities in Mass and NY.
Amazed that all the road signage here is in English AND French, side x side. It's so close to Quebec, that both languages are spoken here.
Gas prices in Canada are OUTRAGEOUS! We paid (in liters) the equivalent of $5.65/gallon today - and the sticker shock of paying $85 to fill the tank ...