Gros Morne Hostel
Travel Blogs from Gros Morne National Park
... island for 2 1/2 hrs. Visiting the Stations of the Cross that are set up as a memorial for the soldiers lost in the Great Wars! The old cemetery that dates back to the early 1800s. The shipwreck of the Transpacific and the old fort with it's four canons perched atop the southwest point of the island! Where there is access to a beach we have to do a little beach combing as well as constructing an Inukshuk! Back ...
On board Le Cabestan, sailing to Saint-Pierre, France from Fortune, Newfoundland! A beautiful sunny morning and the ocean is calm! On est situe a l'Hotel Residence les Iris, 11 bis rue Albert Briand, Saint Pierre, France pour la nuit! Very excited to be sleeping in a real bed tonight, only the second time since we left home that we have taken a hotel room! We wandered the streets for a while and then went in search of lunch. The Cyber Poly Gone Home cafe serves up baquettes and ...
... fjord it’s about a 20 minute drive from Rocky Harbour, then
it’s a 45 minute hike where we actually board for the fjord. We took off for
the 2 hour tour of the fjords. We saw many waterfalls; an interesting fact is
that the water from these falls do not make it down into the gorge. One of the
largest falls which comes down more than 2200 feet is ...
... is like this). By 15:00, the rain
turned to drizzle with fog; we kept on driving and Marco, the GPS,
helped on finding the sharp corners while the deer whistles
discouraged the Moose.
We finally arrived in Hermitage but the
motel was full due to a local wedding; the owners of Sophie's Cafe in
Sandyville gave us directions to the local Municipal ...
... following day we toured the town of
Burin which is really quaint. I know I took a picture of the church
with a view on my last trip, but I could not resist taking another
Moving on to revisit Terra Nova
National Park – hopefully the weather will be better.
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