Saint John, NB
August, 2002

Arrived at 8pm Atlantic Time, ate dinner here (which is now on June's A list)
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Stayed at the Red Rose Mansion
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Toured the Market, several blocks connected indoors
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and ending here at the harbor
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Looking back from the same location
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Kathy sits on the lap of a local
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Many beautiful flower gardens
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Houses which appeared in 1880 Architectural Digest, one of the first stops on our walking tour
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There's Tom Potter, our Navigator and tour director
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Note the detail on this house
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Now a funeral home with ghosts in upper window
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City is built on a hill
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Very nice streets to wander
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Lots of photo ops
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Here we expected to see Rupunzel
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City is surrounded by water on three sides
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Mahogany House which we might check out as a place to stay next time
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Parker Inn which looks like another nice restaurant for dinner
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June chats with a very quiet local
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Boats tied to deal with a 40 foot tide (Chance Harbor)
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Boats in Dipper Harbor
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Last look at Bay of Fundy at low tide
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