Saint John Vacations

Saint John, the first incorporated city in Canada, is the largest city in the province of New Brunswick. The city played its part in both the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Sitting near the Bay of Fundy, connecting to the St. John River, natural beauty is not unknown to the area.
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San Francisco, California, USA
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Saint John, New Brunswick was unfortunately not my favorite place. It was nice, but it didn't seem to have the charm I expected. We walked out to the Bay of Fundy, which was a nice walk. The city center had plenty of shopping and restaurants, but few of it really inspired. Still, it's a quaint yet bustling town.

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Schenectady, New York State, USA

Saint John is a gateway city to Bay Fundy Tidal locations. There are several different historical sites and museums. Disability access is depending on location with lots of hills. Disability parking is very hard to find.

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Calgary, Alberta

This is my home town, I do not know much about it, Don't think i would ever live there, but i would definitely consider going there for visits,

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Local from Saint John, New Brunswick

I moved here 2002 until now I loved it ! =-)

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Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador

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