Blue on Water
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First breakfast place we came to, but it was great
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Woke at 4 am, as expected. Still dark. So dozed till 6 - try to get the internal clock back in sync. Set off to look for breakfast - and came across 'Blue on Water' and had excellent meal. Wandered around downtown St Johns. Not hugely wealthy, but quite quirky, most of the shops owner owned, some great little cafes and bars, and the people really …
... so we were unable to climb the lighthouse. The grounds were open so we did get to walk around and look at the beautiful views. Of course the gift shop was open so we were able to get a couple of souvenirs and got them to stamp our lighthouse 'passbook’. One of the passengers behind us was from Europe and she thought we were getting a stamp in our government passport!
After loading back on the bus, they took us to Petty Harbor, a small fishing ...
We arrived in St. John's around 11.30am and checked into our room at the Balmoral Inn. This is a beautiful historic property. I found the bedroom a bit small though & the bed is more like a double bed than the queen size we had booked. But at least the room & bathroom is clean. Because this is a historic building there is no elevator & we are on the third floor. But luckily ...
... and the city of St. John’s, the provincial capital, is a busy city with lots of industry, shopping and all the stuff you find at home, but on a smaller scale. Population here is about 500,000. George Street is the center of fun, pubs, music fests, and where we found some tasty food and beverages. Irish and Scottish influence is everywhere! Music in a pub last night was much like the Folk music popular in the ...
... was presented the International Community Resilience Award and a piece of a beam from the World Trade Center. We put our hands on this piece of beam and took a moment....pretty humbling.... Mess with the itinerary once and then it becomes a habit, Todd had to stop and check out the North Atlantic Refinery at Come-By-Chance. Oil from places like Africa, US and elsewhere are brought in by oil tankers to be refined, oil from other countries is often cheaper than Canadian oil. ...