Beach Rock Bed & Breakfast

Address: Little Harbour, Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0G 4M0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located on Little Harbour, Twillingate.
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Travel Blogs from Twillingate

Great friends

A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on Jul 09, 2015

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... went to see a Ford dealer to see if we could get an oil change but not such luck!

Off we go to Lewisporte grabbed some Timmie Ho's for lunch, then on to a wonderful scenic drive.

Went all the way to Crow head at the end of the peninsula, fantastic view of coast line, walked the trails with the dogs and visited the wooden boat museum. Spotted another ice berg way off in the distance.

Busy Busy Busy in the Isles

A travel blog entry by tipep on Aug 16, 2014

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... us out in his littlle boat, and made it to funky Fogo Island for a day where artists are invited to do residencies. Although seeing an iceberg in August does bring the whole global warming concern to the forefront, I have to admit that, eventhough it was not as large as those that can be seen in June and early July, it was indeed a spectacular sight to see up ...

Blowing A Gale!!!

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jul 30, 2014

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... trek up the hill. She has come back a fountain of knowledge. We are 17,408 kms from Sydney, Vancouver 4,925, from London 3,906, New York 1879kms. So we are closer to London than Vancouver. The four corners of the flat Earth are Hydra, Bermuda, New Guinea and Fogo. She also said that it is blowing a gale up there and that has completely discouraged me from making an attempt to climb up. It is so windy you can’t hold your camera ...

Viewing the Icebergs

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jul 26, 2014

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... territory - and this year has been a great year for icebergs. Earlier in June, we were told that over a hundred icebergs floated down near the coast and that over 40 could be viewed at the same time. Now in late July that number has dwindled to a handful but they are still quite close and visible. My words cannot do them justice - the pictures tell a much better tale. What they cannot really get across are the majestic size of these beauties.

Twillingate Island

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jul 24, 2014

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... for lunch, so we headed back toward Twillingate, but were side-tracked as we came upon a cove with another iceberg in it. While we were there, we heard a couple of loud noises like a gun or cannon going off, and then saw a piece of the iceberg fall into the water. We also had to check out another cove where a whale was feeding. For lunch, we opted to go back to a small restaurant that doubles as a boat tour and welcome center, to have lunch. We ordered moose burgers. ...

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