Comfort Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... across the Atlantic. It was the letter "S". They had a kite flying with an antenna attached.
It was from this lookout that I saw an iceberg. I thought it was a ship and I was going to pretend it was an iceberg in the photos as you couldn't tell from such a distance. After walking around a bit I got the binoculars out and looked at it and yes it was an iceberg. I even asked some people to identify it as an iceberg for me as I knew Jenny ...
... I had filled the tank right up so riding this terrain with all this weight wasn't easy. On a quad or dirt bike it would have been great fun. Riding up and out was much easier.
Followed the coast road down to Cupids and had a little dink around then onto Brigus. I had been here a couple of times before but didn't know there was a lighthouse here. It took a while to find but got a picture of it and another one to my growing ...
... and now I was really enjoying the site. Walking back UPHILL was a bit of a chore and when we got back to Fort Royal, I was boiling. Such opposites! It was great to stand up in the wind and cool off. The sun was out and there was a better view of Placentia below. All in all, it was a great little historical site to visit. I took a little paper cup and wet a napkin to house my little adoptee. I ...
... history. We got the merest glimpse of the former far out in the bay and scads of the latter trolling around the pathways and buildings on Signal Hill. The view across St John’s is breathtaking and if a working harbour could
be termed spectacular this is it. I am always drawn to thinking what the realities were in the late 1700’s for in this case the squaddies in these cold barracks or manning the guns trained on an enemy ship headed towards ...
... made it thru the cloud cover and we were only a couple hundred feet above the ground. He hit the ground, bounced back up in the air, then one side of the plane touched down and then finally the other. It was really the scariest landing I have ever enjoyed! Now I will be quite happy to cycle home so I don't have to go thru that again. Once on the ground and in the terminal I was surprised to see my bike, trailer and ...