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Places to stay, things to do in Moncton, Shediac area and close region in Nova Scotia

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At the end of August, my family, 2 adults 2 children (9&11) and my father-in-law are traveling to the Moncton, Shediac region to visit his birthplace 91 years ago. We'll be in the area for about 8-9 days. We'd need places to stay (with pool, preferrably more resort-like rather than bed and breakfast). We'll probably drop him off for a few days with relatives, while we would do more rigorous activities though he still walks faster than myself. We're flying from NYC into Halifax rather than Moncton to save about 4 hours flying time. How far is Moncton from Halifax (about the same no doubt). Can anyone recommend hotels in this region with some nearby activities and day trips for the family.

Many thanks!

Be well,

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