Econo Lodge And Suites St John

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

1441 Manawagonish Rd., Saint John, New Brunswick, E2M 3X8, Canada
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  • Families50
  • Couples88
  • Solo33
  • Business0

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Travel Tips for Saint John

The Beer Hunt Saint John, NB...

by Cabana_Boy

As the saying goes..."wherever you go, whatever you do, sampling the local beer is definite must."

What do the locals drink, what beer is most popular, which beer is hardest to find, does it come in a half pint glass just like grandma used to drink…or better still, a full pint glass like I drink??? These are all good questions that need to be answered...

As with many east coast towns of Canada and the U.S., Saint John has a great tradition of brewing throughout its history. And one family in particular stands out amongst the rest, the Oland family. In their sixth generation of brewers, the Oland family's beer is Moosehead and their brewery in Saint John is one of Canada's largest and the world's fastest...

So, when you're in Saint John, a visit to the Moosehead brewery is well advised and sucking down a nice cold Moosehead lager is an absolute must.

Saint John or St. John ?

by Canuck5

Something that irks many New Brunswickers, and especially those from Saint John, is when the city name is misspelled or mispronounced. Keep these helpful hints in mind:

- First, the city's name is spelled Saint John, not "St. John";

- Second, avoid pronouncing the city's name as "St. John's" (as Prince Charles once did in a speech he gave on a visit to the city after his marriage to Lady Diana - many in the crowd were quick to correct him in mid-speech !). "St. John's" is the capital city of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The exception, of course, is if you're referring to something in the possessive sense, as in, "Saint John's zoo is called the Cherry Brook Zoo and Vanished Kingdom Park";

- Third, the spelling "St. John" should only be used when referring to either the County of St. John, or the St. John River, both of which are in New Brunswick.

Hiking/Walking - Mud Lake Walking Trail

by Canuck5

The trail head of the Mud Lake Walking Trail is located behind the Kennebecasis Valley Fire Dept. #2, on Civic Drive, just off of the Old Hampton Road, at the east end of Quispamsis, N.B. Parking is adjacent to the fire hall.
The trail is 1.25 km of easy walking, along a foot path and boardwalk. Sections of the foot path are covered with wood chips, since this is a 10-hectare bog area, so it's not wheelchair-friendly.

There was some litter noticed, unfortunately. Please remember to carry out with you what you carry in.

Great place for pizza

by Canuck5 about Romano's Pizza and Spaghetti House

As the name implies, a great place for pizza, spaghetti, or other Italian and Greek dishes.

Don't let the exterior appearance of Romano's fool you. A radio station call-in poll, done a number of years ago, found that Saint John-ers rated Romano's as the best place for pizza in the city. Two reasons were because of the amount of cheese they put on them, and the size of the slices ! Mmmm...

Have eaten here several times, and I would agree.

The diningroom is not very big, so when it's busy you might find it a bit "intimate". However, I believe the food is worth this slight inconvenience. We've never made a reservation before eating there, but you might consider making one.

Parking around the back of the restaurant. Their pizza, of course.

Lebanese, Italian and Canadian cuisine.

by Canuck5 about Vivaldi's Pasta & Grill

This is a very nice sit-down restaurant (although they may also have take-out), serving Lebanese, Italian, and Canadian dishes. The decor is tasteful, airy, and the staff is friendly. Lots of parking space.

A great place to try some Lebanese food if you've never had it before. They have a great deal for lunch. For just under CAD$10., you get a choice of soup, your entrée, dessert, and tea or coffee. With tax, the meal came to about $11.50.

I had never had Lebanese food before, so I had the Shwarma with Hummus, the corn chowder for the soup, and Baklava for dessert. Everything was delicious, and I was stuffed !

I'll definitely try this place again.


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 Econo Lodge And Suites St John

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Address: 1441 Manawagonish Rd., Saint John, New Brunswick, E2M 3X8, Canada