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New Brunswick Advice

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We're slowly coming up with an itinerary for our trip to Atlantic Canada in early September. We've ended up booking a couple of nights in Quebec City on our way from Toronto, and I'm fairly clear on where we'll go in Nova Scotia, but I don't know a lot about New Brunswick. We were thinking of driving from QC to Frederickton and spending 1 night there. Then I thought of 2 nights near Fundy National Park, and from there, we'll go on to Nova Scotia. Coming back, I thought we would take the ferry from Digby to St. John and spend a couple of nights in the St. Andrews area before heading back to Toronto. I haven't any idea which route we'll take back (through the US or back through Quebec).

Any advice on the NB part of our trip? We're going for a mix of bigger hotels where I can get a good corporate rate and smaller more charming B&B type places. I posted a question earlier about a B&B called Aubergine & Spa in a place called Riverside-Albert. Has anyone heard of it? It was recommended in Fodor's guidebook. Any recommendations for places in Frederickton or St. Andrews? I've checked BBCANADA.COM - loads of places listed, as well as a guide to New Brunswick that I picked up at CAA. I would prefer to spend no more than $100 CAD / night.

Thanks in advance for any help!

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