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“Great place to get your toes wet in the Bay of Fundy. Also a life-size maze will be popular with the whole family. ”
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Parque
“Located in Saint John, NB just 45 minutes away from Kingston. Great for hiking over 55 trails and footpaths along fisher & Lily Lakes or just take a drive around. Great place for swimming or having a nice lunch in the park or you can dine at Lily's Café with outside seating along Lily Lake. www.rockwoodpark.ca”
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“Mother Nature at her mysterious best. This is where the Saint John River flows into the Bay of Fundy, except at high tide when the tide forces the river to reverse it course and flow back upriver. ”
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Teatro
“The Imperial Theatre is a gorgeous historic theatre with a connection to Hollywood. Louis B. Meyer grew up in Saint John and mentored a local businessman by the name of Walter Golding. Golding opened the vaudeville theatre attracting the likes of Ethel Barrymore and Harry Houdini. It has recently been renovated and the historic decor will knock you off yoru feet. You can take a tour of the theatre, or see a show! ”
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Museum
“The largest Museum in New Brunswick.. Conveniently located in the heart of historic uptown Saint John”
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Steakhouse
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“Hip hangout with late hours offering inventive, seasonal eats, local craft beers & an outdoor patio. Our menus change daily, the menu displayed on our website is a general feeling for our food and drink options. Chef Jesse Vergen and his crew take advantage of local New Brunswick ingredients that are available from the land, and sea. We experiment with all seasonal ingredients including, fiddleheads, lobster, halibut, local lamb, beef, and cheeses to inspire our menu. From our in-house bread baking program, to making our own charcuterie, pickling vegetables, butchering whole animals and fish, or dry aging our beef on site, Chef Vergen and his team are always creating dishes that inspire. If you have any questions on our current menu items, please feel free to give us a call for the current updates at (506) 657-2337. https://www.saintjohnalehouse.com/”
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Loja de variedades
“As the first incorporated city in Canada, the City of Saint John controlled six markets; a fish market and wharf on Water Street, a cluster of sheds on Market Street called the Country Market, Sydney Market that served Lowe Cove, a Hay Market on King Street and a cattle market in King Square. As Saint John grew not only in size but also in power the public came to realize that there was no need for six markets and they were centralized. The first market building in Saint John was built in 1830 at Market Square at the head of Market Slip. The building was made out of wood and ended up burning down in 1837. Thus the city decided to recreate the building in 1839 making it out of brick but yet again it was destroyed in 1841. During the time that the market was in use, it served many different purposes: the lower half of the basement was used as a general store. The main floor which you could enter from King Street was used for the actual market and the upper floor was where they held court and where council had their chambers. After quite some time went by, the city in 1874 decided to set up a Market Committee to go through proposals for a new market building, and so near the end of 1874 the market committee decided to go ahead and plan for a new market. Monday through Saturday, year-round, the City Market houses a wide variety of local and international delicacies to tempt the palate. Delicious aromas rise from the aisles of stalls which house butchers, bakers, fruit peddlers, sausage makers, fishmongers, delicatessen and cheese vendors, and more. http://www.sjcitymarket.ca/main.html ”
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Premise
“The market is being restored. A historical site. Local vendors offer a variety of products from local crafts to local produce. A variety of ethnic food booths as well as market for seafood, eat in or takeout.”
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Restaurante
“DELICIOUS food....what more can I say? The ambiance as you enter the door takes your cares away. If you are looking for Irish pub style, give Cask and Kettle a try just around the block. Happinez Wine Bar is an unforgettable quaint little spot to put your feet up and enjoy your evening wine. ”
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Restaurante
“Amazing food, and atmosphere. (Their black-bean burger is fabulous) Also amazing brunch food!”
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Night Club
“A great little wine bar. It's only 3 blocks from the apartment and has an excellent selection of wines from around the world. Plus, the staff is extremely friendly. If Matt is working, tell him I sent you!”
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Restaurante Italiano
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“Fabulous authentic Tuscan! Not to be missed if you have a craving for Italian! 3 minute walk”
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Restaurante
“Upscale-casual seafood restaurant with an on-site fish market, a full bar & seasonal patio seating.”
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Route
“along SJ water front, many shops and restaurants and entertainment. Walk ways indoors can take you through the town. ”
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Point of Interest
“The place where all the action happens. Visit King's Square, the oldest park in Canada, right in the heart of Uptown. Walk around to see the amazing architecture of the historical properties, then cool off on on of the many pub patios on the boardwalk, where you can enjoy the sea air while taking in some live music.”
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Restaurante
“Modern Thai outfit with locally sourced traditional cuisine & an adjacent pub with a patio. lemongrasssaintjohn.com/”
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