Gower Street House Bed and Breakfast
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Then it was time to board the ship. The last few residents, guests and expedition crew are straggling off the ship. Amy, Chris and Nick, the fantastic trio who have been entertaining us for the last few weeks are amongst the last. Amy is an accomplished singer in her own right https://www.facebook.com/amyvsyed and Nick and Chris are members of Snowpoet http://www.soundcloud.com/snowpoet. Like Molly Meldrum would say, ...
... wet. The cathedral, whose stone walls were partially lighted, looked spooky enough. Gradually more people arrived. The crowd built to about 30 people, but none of our fellow campers were there. The rain stopped before the tour.
At 9:30PM, the "local college professor dressed as a very ghost-like minister from the 1600s," appeared and announced the walk. He collected $10 for 'future paranormal research.’ Then he started us on our way. His manner ...
... the capital of Newfoundland.
Our first stop was at Signal Hill to see the Cabot Tower, near where in 1901 Marconi received the very first trans-atlantic wireless message. From Signal Hill one can see beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and on the other side fantastic views of the city and harbour of St. John's.
The city of St. John's is really colourful, the houses ...
... left the highway and the road that they were taking would lead us into Gander where we could rejoin the highway.
Mike and I had the adventure of our lives. For 1/2 hour we followed those cars along a narrow, single lane track, all loose gravel with large holes filled with water - these roads were made for snowmobiles in the winter and ATV's for the rest of the year. We went off-roading with our sport tourer BMW ...
After an excellent breakfast we were picked up to go on a city tour which was not quite what we expected. First we went out to Cape Spear which is the most easterly point in Canada. We walked around while listening to lots of information from our guide who is a retired CBC National Correspondent. This was a place where the US and Newfoundland defended North America in 1942. The canon barrels that are ...