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  1. Default Bay of Fundy , New Brunswick

    We are traveling to the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick , Canada in October . Any tips of best place to see the tides , places to stay and eat would be appreciated .

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    Mar 2005
    Tucson, AZ

    Default Well...

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    ...that depends on a lot of things, such as where you're coming from, what route(s) you plan to take on the way there and back, where you're going (the Bay of Fundy encompass over 500 miles of coastline), how much time you have for the trip and how you'd like to apportion it, and what your interests (and those of your companions) are. What you will find here are a numbe4r of people firmly committed to the idea that RoadTrips are deeply personal adventures that, to be at there best, take a fair amount of preparation by and insight into the travelers. What you won't find are stock answers to questions such as "I'm going to X. What should I see?" So how can we help you design a trip that is right for you, not just a generic somebody?


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    we are traveling from Tennessee and have reservations in Bethel , Maine from October 5 to 12 . We are driving and would like to go to Prince Edward Island and Bay of Fundy , Hopewell Rocks area . Need to decide which would be best , Maine first or on to Canada since some of attractions might possibly be closed after October 12 . We have at least 2 weeks , maybe a few days longer . Love seafood , whale watching , antiquing ( junking ) .

  4. Default Maine and new York city in October

    We are driving to new York city October 11 to 14 , staying in E. Rutherford , new jersey for economic reasons and also to have a place to leave our car . Will be taking a bus into the city and it stops in front of our hotel ,arrives at the port authority . Not able to do much walking ,any suggestions as to tours to take ?
    Thanks !

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    Last edited by AZBuck; 06-26-2012 at 05:15 PM.

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    May 2011
    Southern California


    You might want to pick up a good subway map, pay for a subway pass, and get around that way. Might be loads cheaper than a tour and you can stay someplace as little or as long as you want! NYC also has a Fun Pass available, with admissions to certain museums and other places included.


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