Holiday Inn Express Moncton

2515 Mountain Road, P.O. Box 5005, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 8R7, Canada
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How is life in Moncton?

by carlosjrferrer

Happy New Yr:

Could you provide detailed information about working and living in Moncton?
I would ask for, parks available? things to do with kids? schools? universities? activities for families? cost of living?

In general any information you consider relevant is highly apppreciated.

We currently live in Montreal but don't like it at all.


RE: How is life in Moncton?

by babygrand

I notice you have no answers, so I'll try to help. I've been to Moncton/Riverview a few times. It's a bit more like a small city, than a really large one. I have found it to be quite friendly and very pleasant.
If you go to the top of the page here, the blue box type Moncton, NB into the search box, leave the "Destinations" and press go! You'll have to click on the Canada>New Brunswick>Moncton button, but there's lots of good information. If you scan the left hand side of the page with all the text, you will find everything from local customs, to who knows what. Also, there are 60 members living there, so you can find them, and e-mail them directly with any questions you have after checking out the Moncton Pages.

Travel Tips for Moncton

not much in moncton but there...

by orke

not much in moncton but there is the magnetic hill
u just release ur handbreaks and u see ur car going up hill by itself - nice thing - also they bulit around it a zoo and water park and other attractions


When in Moncton, you will hear...

by ShanMonster

When in Moncton, you will hear something called La Chiaque, which is a French/English patois local to the area. English will be filled with French words, and French will be filled with English. Be prepared to overhear things like, 'Mon truck, il flippez off la road about trois miles back.'

If you get a chance, stop in...

by ShanMonster

If you get a chance, stop in Sussex. It's a crappy little town, but it does have a couple of things worth looking at. One of them is a little tourist trap called Animal Land. There really isn't a whole lot there, but it is a very pleasant place to stop, especially if you're cycling.
Animal Land is home to all sorts of life-sized and larger-than-life-sized statues of animals and animal charicatures. There is a little cafeteria, shaded walking paths, and a pond full of enormous, sedentary bullfrogs. The frogs are very calm, and the big ones will let you pick them up. Make sure your hands are wet first, though. Their skin is delicate and you don't want to injure them with dry hands.

At the time of my visit, there was also a nice big trampoline which was lots of fun to bounce on. You'll have to clear off the pine needles and stuff first, though. It's right under a bunch of trees.

Home to Magnetic Hill

by mydreamquest

Moncton is a quite city just off the Atlantic Ocean (Bay of Fundy I think) about a 2-3 hour ferry from the Prince Edward Islands.

I stayed there briefly and there was not much to do but there was a great shopping mall to purchase items. The primary attraction is Magnetic Hill. This "mystery spot" was made famous by the television show "Ripley's Believe it or Not" as a hill that defies gravity. If you drive "down the hill" from and place your car in neutral, the car will roll "up hill." It's not that spectacular but intriguing. Apparently, it really isn't an uphill but an optacle illusion caused by the sloping shoulders of the road. Still, for 3 Canadian dollars, check it out.

Moncton, New Brunswick

by Geoff_Wright

The city of Moncton stands on the Petitcodiac River. Textiles as well as wood, metal, meat and petroleum products are manufactured, and wood and meat are processed. Magnetic Hill, an optical illusion, and the Tidal Bore, a high tide occurring twice daily, are features of the city.


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Address: 2515 Mountain Road, P.O. Box 5005, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 8R7, Canada