Rodd Moncton Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Moncton
... a few years earlier, Howard Dill's son and 4 of his friends decided they were going to try to paddle a few of the hollowed out pumpkins over the river in town. Word spread through the community and everyone came to watch. Now it is a annual event and well attended. The farm has many of the giant pumpkins growing and in 2 weeks, the weighing, prizes and the regatta will be happening. She made it sound so charming that we had to see all this ...
... a real surprise, we ended up here by accident as I made an error in ferry timetables from St John and I have been so worried it was going to be a dump and we were booked into a cheap motel etc etc etc. I was so glad to be proved wrong.
We picked up a hire car from Budget as the girl there was pretty unfriendly but she did give us a beautiful car..Its a Ford Edge SUV and has all the bells and whistles, so many that as I drove Kathryn had to sort out ...
... which served perhaps the worst dinner I have ever had (at least it was definitely the worst on this trip). Ray had a hamburger and said his dinner was good, but Marty and I had seafood, and it was terrible: poorly cooked and relatively tasteless. The vegetables were cooked to near-mush states. The only good part was that there wasn't very much of it.
... had written while staying in Moncton during the manhunt. This lady had worked along side one of the officers and knew everything about all of their families etc. The need for a washroom turned into a rather touching visit.
We did a walk along what is termed as 'Mud River' ... think red clay mud. I thought it would be fun to walk over and see the water - Caleb wanted to come too and bounded past me ...
... crashing and splashing just a few feet away from our shoes. It's not something I can describe here, but the time spent here includes the most memorable moments of the entire road trip.
After a lobster and eggs breakfast we headed towards Lunenberg, an old German colonial town known for its coastal scenery. With its well preserved architecture and a scenic inlet littered with sail boats, it was ...