Ramada Fredericton

Address: 480 Riverside Drive, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3A 8C2, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 480 Riverside Drive, Fredericton, is near Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Science East, Fredericton Lighthouse, and Legislative Assembly Building.
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      Back to the mainland

      A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... turned North on highway 127 and then onto 3 through McAdam and Harvey. We gassed up at Harvey and then went to Mactaquac for a family reunion with Catherine's mothers family. I had a lovely time meeting her family, going for a swim and finally taking a boat ride.

      On the way to Catherine and Bev's home, we stopped at the Mactaquac golf course and met Catherine's friend Paul England. He ...

      Day 15 - water gremlin is back....

      A travel blog entry by bharvey on May 01, 2014

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      ... on Garmin.... follow Garmin across the river on the bridge and up a very big hill .... park in parking lot and head inside to ask if they permit overnight parking... few feet out the motorhome sign tells us we won't be welcome overnight.... this Walmart is in a mall so perhaps the mall dictates.... we didn't ask... the mall did offer free wifi though so we use it to see if there is another Walmart by chance that our older Garmin doesn't know about..... there is .... back ...

      A smile can get you everywhere... well almost

      A travel blog entry by kimrobinson on Jun 14, 2011

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      ... the Historic Garrison District which is apparently a National Historic Site. This area is contained behind a little wrought iron and stone fence and was the area where British troops were garrisoned from 1784 until 1869. First up was the Justice Building, once a hospital then a school before its current use.

      Next was the Soldiers' Barracks, (1827) a three storey building to hold 200 British soldiers, (19 to a room). Unfortunately the rooms were ...


      A travel blog entry by sharyn-jim on Sep 14, 2010

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      We're taking a break, although the weather is starting to get cold a night, the days are still quite nice.

      The bridge used to be a railway bridge and is now the longest walking bridge and pat of the Sentier NB Trail and part of the Trans Canada Trail.


      Entry #7 What looked like my first day here

      A travel blog entry by francis-normand on May 09, 2010

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      ... to go, I did not know where I was and I did not know what to do. I finally decided to walk to a Harvey's restaurant that I had saw by the way. I was hungry and disapoited at the same time. I ate my hamburger and then, I drove a bit my car in dowtown to see what it looked like. I played acoustic guitar in my car among my bags and all my stuff during all the afternoon because I did not really know where to go. Finally, I knocked again on the hostel door and ...