We will be travelling to New Brunswick for about a week in September, as part of a longer trip to eastern Canada. We will be flying in and out of Moncton.
The purpose of our trip is to take pictures of some of New Brunswick's covered bridges and also to see Fundy National Park.
Thanks to the responses to a previous post, we will be staying in Sussex, from which a number of covered bridges, and the park, are easily accessible. We do, however, have 2 full days (i.e., three nights) unaccounted for.
We have narrowed it down to several options.
The first would be to head up to Fredericton for a taste of a NB urban area.
The second would be to head east through Saint John to St. George or St. Andrew's. (Getting through Saint John may be a bit of a problem as I have a problem with heights and the harbour bridge reminds me of several bridges in the Lower Mainland of BC that I avoid. However, there does seem to be a lower bridge by the reversing falls, if I am correct, that may provide a solution?)
Does anyone have any thoughts on these options?
Many thanks.Edited: 8:56 pm, February 01, 2014