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ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL BALLOON FIESTA 2012
Canada

27TH ANNUAL

ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL BALLOON FIESTA
September 8, 2012 in Sussex New Brunswic

Held on the weekend after the Canadian Labour Day, this festival has been a tremendous success. It draws many people to the Sussex Area and the motels, hotels and camp parks are filled quickly.  Balloonists come from all over the world to fly our inviting skies and peaceful valleys.

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送信日: 09/09/2012
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Tags: atlantic international balloon fiesta; hot-air; balloon; sussex; new brunswick
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