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... hospitality slid effortlessly between the 2 languages (making us feel inadequate!) so we had no dramas, just a few less easy moments with waiters. That afternoon we were on the train again to Quebec, wow! Quebec has so much interesting history and is beautiful. The old part of the city (not very big ) is made up of the upper & lower towns. They were both explored and the wall was walked! More French food, language and service. We again stayed at ...
... Amherst, Quidi Vidi, Cape Spear, Petty Harbour (had a nice meal there) fish and chips, so light, so fluffy, at Chafe's Restaurant. Also went to see the Cabot Tower on Signal Hill which gives you a beautiful view of the ocean and the city of St. John's. Of course the first day we went there...fog, fog, fog...and more bloody fog. So we had an excuse to go back, which we did, and it was a lovely sunny day - the ...
... before carrying on to tour around Green Island! The other 2 islands are Great and Pee-Pee! It was a beautiful warm day and we really enjoyed being out there on the ocean! Entertaining and informative guides on board to tell us all about the area and the birds as well as to sing us a few songs! There's always music and song no matter the occasion when you're in Newfoundland! Atlantic Puffins, Northern Gannets, Common ...
... on the "Right Coast", St John's NFLD.
Warm and muggy today but what a neat town we found. Its Celtic roots are hard to deny with folk music played down by the shore and a myriad of Irish Pubs. Everywhere we go there are restaurants with my drug of choice....mussels! I see copious plates of mussels and Guinness in my future.
As advertised, the Newfies project an easy charm and are so welcoming. Interestingly, drivers of all ages stop to let you cross almost ...
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