New Brunswick's provincial capital is for walkers and wheelers. Explore the new riverfront walkway...where you can see sailboats and canoeists glide by... And enjoy the cafes, museums and mansions that line the other side of the street. Or enjoy the changing-of-the-guard, concerts and outdoor theatre. I was delighted to stay at The Fredericton DELTA. From the DELTA on the banks of the river I could use my electric scooter to scoot all the way into town on the River walkway. Though Fredericton is an old city with some accessibility problems it does compensate in many areas. Fredericton has a charm and uniqueness a stately elegance . From it�s magnificent tree lined streets and stately homes to its bustling university life. Fredericton has an open and friendly atmosphere. A charming place to visit. There are always activities happening and the best way to find out what is happening is to contact Fredericton Tourism before you go. With a wonderful museum and many plays you never know what you might find in Fredericton. Though there are several different types of accommodations from Comfort Inns to the older Lord Beaverbrook hotel. I recommend the Fredericton DELTA. The DELTA Fredericton includes the following Facilities: 223 Rooms; 15 Suites; Ability to Accommodate Persons with Disabilities; Free Parking Restaurant; Lounge; Room Service; Poolside Patio Bar from June-September Indoor & Outdoor Pools; Sauna; Whirlpool; Exercise Room; Beauty/Esthetics Salon; Car Rental Agency; Dry Cleaning Services; Mini Bars; Complimentary In-Room Coffee/Tea; Daily Newspaper; Non-Smoking Rooms; Windows that Open; Hair Dryers; Iron/Ironing Boards In-Room Computer Data Ports and Meridian Voice Mail English and French are the official languages. MEETING INFORMATION: \12,000 Sq. Ft. of State-of-the-Art\Conference Facilities Equipped with Sophisticated Audio/Visual Teleconferencing, Lighting and Sound Systems DELTA FREDERICTON HOTEL 225 Woodstock Road Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 2H8 Canada Tel: (506) 457-7000 TOLL FREE-1-888-462-8800 Fax: (506) 457-4000 Other Information: Fredericton Tourism :506.460.2041 www.city.fredericton.nb.ca New Brunswick Tourism:1.800.561.0123 www.tourismnbcanada.com Jane Danielson is a Freelance Writer for the Disabled and Poet and has been published in extensively in Canada and United States. She became mobility disabled 20 years ago and uses a cane, wheelchair and electric scooter. Jane believes that traveling is a prescription for a healthy optimistic outlook, especially for the disabled but really for everyone. Some of Jane�s articles include Camping in a National Park, Whale Watching on Brier Island, Fun in Florida and the Healing Powers of Hawaii. Her travel articles always look at the positive experience of traveling, with a realization of the obstacles that must be overcome to achieve this experience. Web Page : www. Disabled-Traveler.com Email: AblePlus@accesswave.com Webcams Search Flash button showing current weather conditions that links to Environment Canada weather page in new browser window Contact Us / Home Contact Us We would love to hear from you about how you enjoyed our website and your actual trip to Fredericton! It is feedback from visitors such as yourself that helps us to continue to improve our services.
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Fredericton Tourism, City of Fredericton PO Box 130, 11 Carleton St. Fredericton, NB E3B 4Y7 Tel: 506-460-2041 Fax: 506-460-2474 Toll Free: 1-888-888-4768 (North America) http://www.tourismfredericton.ca