Amsterdam Inn Fredericton

559 Bishop Drive, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3C 2M6, Canada
Amsterdam Inn Fredericton
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Forum Posts

Special sign in downtown area

by TossNTurn

Somewhere on one of the downtown streets where the shops are, there is a sign, I think it's a stop sign, that has a special meaning or use. I think there is something enclosed inside. I can't remember the details but I think it had something to do with an emergency or disaster. Can anybody tell me more about this sign? Thankyou!

Re: Special sign in downtown area

by gavinol

What's the cheapest way to travel to Isulan? Can I travel there using the Ro-ro means? How much would the cheapest transportation from QueZon city to isulan as well as the hotel/motel accomodations cost?..hope someone here can help me with my Query..thanks


Re: Special sign in downtown area

by hawkhead

Gavinol - you should post this in your own posting.

Re: Special sign in downtown area

by Lurchizo

Man, I have no idea but I live here and if you have any more information that would be helpful I will certainly go see what I can find out for you. My office is a few blocks from city hall so I can see what they say.

Travel Tips for Fredericton

Tourist Information Centers

by Canuck5

If you're driving to Fredericton from the west, there's a provincial tourist information center along the Trans-Canada Hwy, at exit #253 for Kings Landing. This is about 15 minutes drive west of the city, or about 34 kms. This information center is not open during the winter months. (If you're going to stop at this information center, see my note under Transportation > Local Fuel Prices.)

If you're in downtown Fredericton, make your way to the City Hall, at the corner of York St. and Queen St. There, just inside the main door, you'll find a tourist information center.

Hospital (AKA the DECH)

by marcoparco

Hopefully you will not have to visit this place, but here is some information on the fredericton hospital if you need it. It is located in the middle of Fredericton at 700 Priestman Street (just off regent). Follow the green H sings.

I would personally enjoy...

by LeighAnne

I would personally enjoy taking someone shopping at all the unique stores including craft stores of crafters found on the east coast.

However, they would probably enjoy the legislature building with its history and tours of the house... The university of New Brunswick. I absolutely love this university for its old brick buildings and the landscape and history. I have many great memories of this university and its sister university shared on the other side St. Thomas University.

City Walking Tour

by Bwana_Brown

Take the walking tour of the downtown area (brochures are available at City Hall). Fredericton is a government/university city with a relatively small population of about 50,000, situated along the beautiful Saint John River (also known as the Rhine of America). It is steeped in tradition from the 1700's when Britain and France were fighting for control of North America. Consequently, there are several attractions related to military and local history dating from this period. Photo of some of the troops involved in the changing of the guard ceremony (in front of City Hall) held every daylight hour through the summer.

Fredericton Tip

by Geoff_Wright

this is the only photo I have of me in Canada. It was taken at Lauvina Camp, an old Indian settlement, near the village (maybe town now) of Geary which is about 5 miles south of Camp Gagetown. I still remember well those old Army Bell tents! We used to walk for miles along the dirt roads and tracks. A fondest memory of Geary was the little general store on the corner of the track leading to Lauvina campsite. It used to be open until late at night, and there was nothing better than to eat a delicious icecream in the heat of the evenings.


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Address: 559 Bishop Drive, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3C 2M6, Canada