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Rothesay, NB, Canada < change city >



June, 2012 in Saint John

Ceremony: St Paul's Anglican Church
Reception: Delta Brunswick - Trinity Room


St Paul's Anglican Church

4 Church Street
Rothesay, NB, Canada


Delta Brunswick - Trinity Room

39 King St
Saint John, NB, Canada


Churchill's Pub

"One of our favourite places in uptown Saint John. Yummy drinks too - Jolly Rancher Martini!"


Pomodori Pizza

"One of Jen's favourite places. I make Anonymous take me here when I want to remember pizza in Italy"


Saint John City Market

"Open year-round, Monday to Saturday, the Saint John City Market offers a unique shopping experience for locals and visitors alike. Nowhere else in Saint John can you experience a traditional "farmers market" while shopping for such a wide selection of goods and services, ranging from dulse to hand-made local crafts, and enjoy a delicious meal from one of the numerous restaurants, featuring local and international foods. Click here to view 'A Day in the Life of the City Market' slide show."


Smoking Pig BBQ

Hampton Rd
Quispamsis, NB E2E 3W8

"Delicious take out BBQ. Everything is raised and grown locally to ensure freshness. While you wait for your meal, feel free to hit a bucket of balls to pass the time!"



419 Rothesay Ave
St John, NB E2J 2C4

"If you like Thai food, you will love this place. The atmosphere is great and the food is fantastic."


Hampton Golf Club

William Bell Dr
Hampton, NB E5N 6B3

"For the golfers, this course offers a very rare look at a par 6. Get out and take a few swings if you've got some spare time!"


Junction Driving Range

Hampton Rd
Quispamsis, NB E2E 3W8

"Need to hit a bucket of balls during the day. Come on out to the Junction Driving Range for a quick bucket and delicious BBQ lunch. Home of the Smoking Pig BBQ features some delicious lunch ideas!"


Hopewell Rocks

"The Hopewell Rocks is a place to pause…a place to appreciate a remarkable story interwoven through time, tide, and the intricacies of nature. These are the highest tides in the world. And they happen twice a day....every day."


Irving Nature Park

"Welcome to the Irving Nature Park located in Saint John, New Brunswick along the Bay of Fundy coastline. Some of the park's natural charms are its long sandy beaches and well-groomed woodlands, great for back packing and hiking. Over 20 kilometers of nature trails clearly marked for ease of access. Here you can enjoy bird watching, from a vast variety like: Cormorants, the Black-Capped Chickadee (New Brunswick's provincial bird), Tree Swallows, Loons, Great Blue Herons, Sandpipers, Geese, Black Ducks and many more. Over 250 species have been recorded in this area alone!"


Reversing Falls - Jet Boat and Zip Line

"http://www.jetboatrides.com/ The JET BOAT tours and rides are a unique opportunity to feel and appreciate the power with which the Saint John River meets the famous tides of the Bay of Fundy. There is only one REVERSING FALLS in the world! http://www.saintjohnadventures.ca/index.cfm Saint John Adventures Inc. is pleased to offer Saint John’s only Zip Line Tour at Fallsview Park, right beside the World Famous Reversing Rapids. We offer amazing views of the Falls from our six towers and thrills galore on our five zip lines. The last leg of our lines, a dual line so you can race with your buddy to the finish, zips over water rushing along side of the Falls and landing on False Island."


Rockwook Park/ Lily Lake

"One of the largest urban parks in North America, beautiful Rockwood Park is located in the centre of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada."


St. Andrews By the Sea

"Saint Andrews, NB or St. Andrews By-the-Sea as it is commonly called was founded in 1783 by the United Empire Loyalists. This little seaside Town is well preserved with many of the original buildings still gracing the Town Plat. Some of these buildings were barged to the area from Castine, Maine at the end of the Revolutionary War and are listed under the New Brunswick and Canadian Registry of Historic Places."


St. Martins

"Located on the shores of the famous Bay of Fundy, home to the World`s Highest Tides, St. Martins is a beautiful, picturesque village with a rich history. Our scenic village has many interesting features, included are Victorian properties; miles of unspoiled, quiet, accessible beaches; two lighthouses; a garden-park; an active harbour boasting two covered bridges; world famous `Sea Caves`; and is `The Gateway to the Fundy Trail .'"


The Fundy Trail Parkway

"The Fundy Trail opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 16 km (10 miles) trail begins just outside St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111."