Dating saint john new brunswick
apart of tourism, which is better for other aspects(employment, etc.). i'm interested in anything about the differences between these 2 cities.
Saint John New Brunswick, I think, has a better climate and is easier to get to (close to the US border).
For a small city, we seem to have a few taller building's, and geographically we are big (the population of metro SJ would be so much bigger if all the empty and undeveloped land had buildings and people! My SJ is the oldest incorporated city in Canada, while SJ's is the oldest in North America. Even though I would love to visit St John's, because of the beautiful photos I've seen and from what I've read about the charm and character of the city, my heart still loves this old city!
Just do a Google search for "photos of Saint John, NB", and you'll see the beauty, charm, similarities, and differences of both "Johns"! John but already love it because of all the lovely photos in this thread.
So come visit and if possible, visit St John's too!
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), you will see the similarities and the differences, that give each city its own character and charm.
In Saint John NB I think the downtown is a more compact and concentrated area and the city is much flatter. John's Newfoundland, most are taken from the Rooms Museum vantage point. John's Newfoundland was the best place I ever visited so far in my entire life. As someone who has lived in both, I would have to say that St. Saint John is a very industrial city with a high unimployment rate. Saint John is indeed an industrial city, but that's what makes it Saint John!May sound strange, but I absolutly loved it more than anything. The Cruise Ship business has been very successful, and the port now has 2 permanent terminals and a third temporary one. The new pipeline from Alberta is coming to our oil refinery.Yes Saint John is smaller than St John's, even counting the 'burbs, but has better weather!Larger size: of course, you can see a lot of Saint John NB right here in this thread: https:// Unfortunately, most of my time was spent in the hospital. May sound strange, but I absolutly loved it more than anything. Unfortunately we have lost the "Shipbuilding" title, the big thing we were famous for.But when I did get to see the city, I was impressed by both the landscape, the architecture and the wonderful people. If you go, you MUST go to a restaurant called the Cellar at 189 Water St. John's Newfoundland was the best place I ever visited so far in my entire life. But there may be a new one to replace that old distinction, and having a similarity too!