Hill Top Motel

131 Madawaska Road, Grand Falls, New Brunswick, E3Y 1A7, Canada | Motel
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This motel is located on 131 Madawaska Road, Grand Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Falls

    Aroostock County Maine

    A travel blog entry by thegigglyguide on Sep 29, 2013

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    The next adventure for Steinbeck and Charley happened upon the 29th of September.Steinbeck and Charley finally reached the top of Maine and came to an area that was called Aroostook County Maine.In this part of Maine,Steineck and Charley had a meal with some canadians who would help out for the harvest times.During this time Steinbeck met and enjoyed his time with a group of people called the ...

    Grand Falls/Grand Sault

    A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... we came across a garage sale and decided to pull in and have a look. Lots of treasures to be had but no way to transport them home. The difference between driving a VW, good on gas, or a pick up & camper, not so economical, is that we just window shop! I however had the opportunity to chat in French or as I call it Franglais, with the lady hosting the sale. It's awesome to know that I can still carry on a pretty good conversation in my mother tongue! ...


    A travel blog entry by ancientonly on Sep 29, 2012

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    Today, I met some Canucks that came down to pick potatoes. I sent Charley over to scout them out and meet them. I shared a bottle of Cognac with the adults and made friendly conversation with them in the Rocinante. They were interested in Charley's French origins. I left the bottle in their camp the next day as a memento.

    Saint Leonard

    A travel blog entry by pugnickel on Aug 21, 2012

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    ... totally grassed over with trees and a river running through it. Only problem was their electricity was only 30 amps and would not carry a heavy load. Of course we did not need A/C, the temps got down into the 50’s. Oh yes, there are moose around here and one came through the camp a week before we got here. Oh yes, again, the people here still speak French predominately, but most are bilingual. ...

    Another detour

    A travel blog entry by andermoser on Jul 28, 2012

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    ... be no problem for us to arrive after midnight - the owner would still be up to show us to our site.

    Indeed, when we arrived at the campground at 12.20 (after midnight), the owner was down having a beer with some campers (who were playing rather loud country music - apparently quiet time does not exist at this campground). We followed him as he led us to our site in his golf cart (golf carts seem to be the standard means of transportation at privately-owned ...