Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Fredericton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson Plaza Hotel Fredericton
upgraded room at less than $80, incl bfast, and was extremely clean
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Travel Blogs from Fredericton
... a large family and he told us that his ancestors were all ship's captains. I really enjoyed meeting Paul and hearing stories about their years of being friends.
The ride into Fredericton was beautiful and I only saw one of the many deer that were out and about, although I was looking for the road warriors. As we passed a sign with the word Stanley on it, I knew we were near Janet ...
... hill, through downtown Fredericton, across the river on the bridge and we find the other Walmart... no sign in the lot but I ask just in case and of course motorhomes are permitted to park in the parking lot overnight.... Denis has phoned the campground that should be open and left a message... no response but he really isn't too keen on the Walmart parking lot if the campground is indeed open.... back over the river on the bridge (4th crossing) and out to the campground... ...
... moose may cross the highway -- I guess they were here first and have the right of way.
The Trans Canada highway was smooth sailing. When we turned off toward our RV Park the secondary roads we passable but the third level roads were very bumpy, very patched and slow going - fortunately it was only about 15 miles.
The RV Park was ...
... for safari kit here and in the main shopping area. Still nothing could be found. We ended our day with a drive through the Irving Nature Park and came across a fox on the side of the road and a seal in the water in the distance. Despite a few nice areas, Erik’s assessment was similar to mine: Saint John is a pretty depressing, blue collared city.
With the sun setting, we set off ...
... but had a number of large parks close to the downtown area. The St John's river (roughly half a mile to a mile wide) runs right through town and the old garrison district is well developed. We found a great place to eat at the Palate in the garrison district. The salmon Nick had was the best he had ever eaten. Our RV park was right on the river and is undergoing substantial expansion including boat ...