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Saint John, Canada

Saint John (not St. John and not to be confused with St. John’s, Newfoundland) is situated on the south coast of New Brunswick on the edge of the Bay of Fundy.

Following a devastating fire in 1877, much of the town was re-built and many of the Victorian buildings have since been lovingly restored, especially along Prince William Street.

New Brunswick Museum and the Reversing Falls Rapids

Two principal attractions are the New Brunswick Museum and the Reversing Falls Rapids which is a good place to see the effects of the Fundy tides. Fundy National Park is nearby, where visitors can marvel at the highest tides in the world.

The city also offers some great restaurants and pubs where seafood is a frequent highlight.

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