Comfort Inn Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... many times someone coming to him with a project, something he’d never done before - “Carl, can you build me a brick chimney?” And he’d warn them, “I’ve never done it before, but I’m willing to try if you want.” And, once his first one turned out fine, others jumped on board and he soon had a dozen under his belt.
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... in the station, but still lovely. Soon after we were off on the train to Montreal. We were whisked to our lovely old hotel in the old part of town by a limo with suited driver. We wandered to the Basilica of Notre Dame nearby & wandered around for a while, before a nice Polish dinner. The next day we had a city tour, too organised and the bus was huge and too many people for our liking. We did however get a good feel for the city. Seeing ...
... here was followed by a journey to a museum on a hill overlooking the city and harbour of St John’s. Called ‘The Rooms’ it is a very modern building with interesting displays on the history of the region, including a lot of information on the indigenous population and information on the wildlife of the area. The museum was good but I was a little disappointed with the information provided with the displays. They had touch screens ...
... interesting "museum" dedicated to this achievement. Signal Hill was also a great spot for a view of downtown St. John's, but again it was difficult to get a full appreciation because of the smoky haze.
We decided to finish our exploration of downtown St. John's by being "screeched in," but unfortunately the one pub we found that really advertised it didn't open until 7:00. We may try again tomorrow night, or just see if there's a small local pub somewhere ...
... good. I saw an excellent exhibition of the Irish migration into Newfoundland, as well as a photo display of the sealing disaster of 1914, before returning to the hotel.
No rest for the wicked, though, as I was meeting a couple who live in Newfoundland that I met on the new York, Niagara, Philadelphia, and Washington DC tour. Hilda came in and met me in the lobby before we went off for a meal of fish and chips. On leaving the restaurant, we met ...