Address: 300 Lewisville Rd, Moncton, New Brunswick, EIA 5Y4, Canada | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 300 Lewisville Rd, Moncton, is near Magnetic Hill Theme Park, Roads to Sea Guided Tours, Le Pays de la Sagouine, and Acadian Museum (Musee Acadien).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Moncton

      Reviewed by johnturner

      Very happy here

      Reviewed Jun 20, 2012
      by (6 reviews) Detroit , United States Flag of United States

      On a long motorcycle tour to Nova Scotia, I got sick and had to cut my travel short. I pulled into the Best Western Plus in Moncton well before check-in time without a reservation, hoping they would have a room so I could attempt to recouperate The desk clerk was very nice and started checking me in right away. Seeing I was a Platinum member, she immediately upgraded me to a two-room suite for free and honored by request for someplace quiet by giving me the corner room farthest from the elevator on the highest floor. The room was excellent, spotless and spacious and practially brand new. Much better than I expected. It made a big difference having that much room and a comfortable couch to sit on instead of just a desk chair. All in all, a very pleasant experience. I would stay here again for sure.

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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Moncton

      Back in Bilingual New Brunswick

      A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 28, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the RV) or the bridge to New Brunswick ($45), and the fee is only paid when leaving the Island. Those in the know take the ferry over and the bridge back.

      Beautiful blue skies awaited us in New Brunswick, but just an hour later, it was pouring rain. We were soon settled at the Moncton Walmart, along with a half dozen other campers, and are happy to have wifi again.


      Downhome Trip

      A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Aug 17, 2014

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      ... very picturesque. While in Moncton we stay at the Stonehurst campground. It is close to Mérère's place and well kept. It also has a small par-3 golf course which we tried this time around (it wasn't raining....too hard), not the greatest course but what the heck. Other than visiting family, we had a chance to visit Lee and Ruby, friends that live in Truro and are also rvers, as well as play a nice golf ...

      TLH Day 9 of 9

      A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Jul 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is simple to remove, and is vibration free.

      The tires worked fine. Most of the trip was mostly dry, but they worked well on both wet asphalt and wet gravel. I imagine that they would be quite useless in mud. The tread pattern, on this trip, seemed less important than durability. Running gravel with a tire with a smooth tread and a durable carcass, is a better choice than a lighter tire with knobbies and a light weight sport bike carcass. For example, I think a knobbie ...

      Fried Clam. Day 880.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 06, 2013

      22 photos

      ... Goose lie dead half covered. I expect he died of boredom. A kite buggy raced up and down using the free source of power mother nature was providing.

      We talked to some guys in the car park. They seemed amazed at our travels. I was more amazed at them as they'd all just been swimming ! He said "We had wet suits on", as though that would help in all that freezing mess out there.
      One of them used to life guard this area 20 years ago and liked ...

      More Irish in New Brunswick

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 20, 2013

      108 photos

      ... dedicated to the SS Atlantic luxury steamship of the White Star Line that ran aground in 1873 that caused the loss of life of 562 people. It was then the worst Atlantic tragedy until the HMS Titanic (also a White Star Line ship) disaster in 1912 which lost over 1,500 lives.