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Saint John (New Brunswick) Horse Drawn Carriage Excursion Reviews

Saint John (New Brunswick) Horse Drawn Carriage cruise excursion
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Whether you're celebrating a wedding, an anniversary, a birthday or just want to experience it, a horse drawn carriage through beautiful Saint John is a perfect way to create an occasion you will always treasure.
Member Image AkronMadisonGal
1 review
Oct 2012
Originally booked a tour sponsored by the ship for the Bay of Fundy and a Train Ride. Booked this tour at the excursion desk, after asking a ton of questions about accessibility and having my Mom with me in the wheelchair. The morning of the tour, we notice that printed right on the bottom of the ticket is "No Wheelchair Access." Worked out okay. It was Canadian Thanksgiving but there were lots of folks out and about and catering to the ship being in port. Wheeled Mom toward town, and after a 10-12 minute walk, there was a horse drawn carriage on the side of the road - $20 per person for an hour ride thru the city center with narration. Blankets included. One guide drove the horses, the other narrated. They answered a ton of questions. They handled the collapsible wheelchair without problem. After the tour, I was able to push Mom around the city center and thru a little mall type area nearby and by many outdoor vendors. We even had a Tim Horton's doughnut and coffee. This turned out to be my favorite stop; the people were incredibly friendly, the sidewalks were wide and access was easy.
Read AkronMadisonGal's full Enchantment of the Seas cruise review
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image gardenbug22
2 reviews
Oct 2012
As we walked along the side walk this tour was boarding, so we took it on a whim. It was a great tour, very personalised.Our guide was very down to earth.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International

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