Comfort Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Our course this morning is southwesterly at a speed of 14 knots. Our speed has been reduced to meld with the swell height and width, the angle we attack the swells and deployed stabilizers. These stabilizers or "fins" extend 5.8 metres or 19 feet from the ship’s hull. Once extended, the fins sense the rolling motion of the ship and change their angle of attack to compensate, operating much the same principle as a wing flap on ...
... attends the same university as me back there. We swapped travel stories so far. It was cool to hear how different our stories were, when it had only been a month and a half since we'd got to St. John's. It's crazy, too, how safe I feel walking around St. John's at night. I'd never feel like that back home.
Then Tuesday I had my final Thanksgiving dinner. It was all cooked in the tiny kitchens in our apartments. Let me tell you, it was amazing. I ...
Less then 48 hours! This week has flown by. I'm so excited to go to a new place and see new things that I've only ever seen in movies and read in books, but a significant part of me will definitely miss the comfort, familiarity and routine that Florida has become. I'm wondering what'll happen if I see anyone famous. I'd like to at least get a picture with them, but I also wouldn't want to ...
... a place to eat some traditional Newfoundland food, but a lot of restaurants were closed on Monday. We ended up eating at the Celtic Hearth on water street. We wanted the Jigg's Dinner pie, but they were out. *sad face*. The food was just ok, but the waitress, who pretty much ran the bar and the front of house by herself, was awesome. One of the friendliest waitstaff we've met so far. At the end of dinner, there was a table of ...
... water’s edge while the rest carried on to the Subaru.
Hikers off. Socks off. Picnic blanket out (well, I carried it all this way). Hoodie under my head (well, I also carried it all this way…might as well not be for not). Flop down under the sun. Close my eyes. Listen to the waves sloshing on the boulders. Feel the heat of the sun toasting my face. Feel the fresh grass under my feet. Feel my body respond to one of the longest, ...