Elaine's Bed and Breakfast By The Sea
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElaine's Bed and Breakfast By The Sea Witless Bay
Very clean. Helpful host. Comfy rooms. Good breakfast. Great place to base hiking of the East Coast Trail.
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There was rain, again, overnight and the morning of August 1 was cloudy. After breakfast we took Route 230 up to Bonavista across hills dotted with ponds. The landscape was a quiltwork of stunted forest and tundra-like expanses.
The highway extends right through the town of Bonavista and out to the cape where the 1843 lighthouse is …
On a mission to Bowring Park to locate the bronze Caribou memorial to The Royal Newfoundland Regiment of The Great War. We'd found the four across the Somme in France, and next time in Belgium, will seek out the remaining one.
Into downtown St Johns to our hotel,the Murray Premises, a conglomeration of warehouses and storage ...
... tip of the Avalon at Mistaken Point where we did a short guided hike to some very interesting fossils. We also tried to see humpback whales on a boat tour, but only saw puffins. We also visited Colony of Avalon and learned about how the first settlers carved out an existence. Irish roots run very deep here as Irish flags can be seen everywhere on the peninsula and Irish Rover type local music fills the ...
... Back on the road . . . .the long road . . . through Mistaken Point and out to Cape Race. The weather didn't improve along the way so we got to view another 'fogged in' lighthouse. We toured the Titanic Exhibit while in Cape Race. An interesting interpretation of Marconi's role versus the exhibit at the Lighthouse in Twillingate.
... in their natural habitat, a rehabilitation centre! Well done and well visited, very busy trail! We also stopped at St. Vincent's with whale watching in mind but it was a vey blustery day, could barely stand on the beach, a beautiful spot indeed with pebble beaches, bays, cliffs, unfortunately the weather wasn't cooperating this afternoon! Onward we went to visit ...