Gower Street House Bed and Breakfast
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... not as well kept.
The streets are wide and tree lined but there is a slight down at heel feel to the place.
The Anglican Cathedral was welcoming. It has large stained glass windows of many of the big names of church history. Badly affected by fire at one stage, it took them many years to renovate and there is an odd mix of old and ...
... the salad instead.) Afterwards, we walked down to the harbor where many huge ships sat, some in dry dock for repair. We had our first BeaverTail at a food wagon nearby - it was melt-in-your-mouth delicious!
The weather continues with gloomy skies, but at least it's not raining..... We're now settled in for the night at our favorite resting spot, Walmart, and once again our wifi booster allows us to access their great wifi.
... had done a little bit of a drive down further looking for the Ecological Reserve but couldn’t find it. Jenny remembered seeing a road that followed the inlet so we thought we would give it a try. A bloke there pointed out a whale in the bay that he was watching and we asked him where the reserve was. He pointed to a sign on a post. We were in the right place and didn’t know it. It wasn’t what I had expected as there was only a walking track. I ...
... and could supply the rest of the world with iron ore independently for 150 years as there is approximately 4 billion tonnes of it left! It closed in 1966 at 2 1/2 miles long and 3 miles deep, when they discovered ore in above ground mines in Labrador that was much more accessible. The mine is three times bigger than the island itself, 2/3rds of it under the ocean! In the early years before automation and conveyor belts, horses were used ...
... my friend Jessica's house for dinner. Her house was gorgeous (I wish I'd taken a picture!) and was the complete little seaside house, with warm brown wooden flooring, a fireplace, and mismatch furniture, walls covered in artwork. She and her boyfriend Jon had cooked four of us dinner, and it was completely different from anything I'd had so far. The stuffing was sweet, the carrots had horseradish seasoning, and the potatoes were some kind of Russian type, ...