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Bay of Fundy/Moncton/St. John, NB Itinerary Advice

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We will be arriving in Moncton from Montreal by train Monday July 6th (about midday) and to return to Montreal on Sunday July 12 (late afternoon). Two adults and two tweens on the journey. Our plan so far is to visit Shediac and do the lobster boat cruise the day we arrive in Moncton. Next day (on the 7th) we arrive in St. Andrews for 3 nights and plan to leave on Friday July 10th.

We'd also like to see St. John, Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park, maybe the ferry to Digby. These other things seem like a stretch with three nights in St. Andrews. Also, no time really budgeted for Moncton.

Questions:
What are the must sees for our limited time?
How much time should we budget for Hopewell Rocks/Fundy National Park? Is it better to stay in Alma for a night?
Should we cut our time shorter in St. Andrews for the other spots? It seems like such a pretty place and it's nice not to be constantly unpacking. OTOH, I don't want to spend too much time driving back and forth to destinations.
We haven't budgeted much time for Moncton or Fredericton - should we?

Thanks in advance.

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