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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... know where all the skeletons are. The story is that the road ended in Woody Point so that is where all the merchants and money was. There was ferry service to Norris Point and that's where the cottage hospital was so the doctors were there. And more recently, Woody Point has become a bit of an artist hangout and has started a writers festival. (we were informed sotto voice that our waitress' dad is a well known Canadian author) Apparently Rocky Harbour was where the ...
... Technically, it cant be called a fjord anymore as it doesn't connect with the ocean but that would have to be just a technically.
The ferry is a 45 min walk from the car park. After much debate, Dave insisted on carrying in the ingredients for lunch, as he wanted his roll fresh! Crab legs from Fogo Is on fresh bread rolls with a touch of ...
... booked a cabin, which made it very quick & comfortable.
We stopped overnight in Sydney, NS at a campsite that catered to the "big rigs" (diesel pusher motorhomes). We parked with a "caravan" a group of 25 travelling together. As you can see from the photos our Bigfoot Motorhome is small parked next to them! Note they all towing cars or "toads", one with a sign - "I go where ...
... awhile about the mining camps as we have met a few people who do the seasonal crossover...I cant imagine why anyone would want to go to Alberta in winter !
We had about a 4 hour drive today on the TCH so it was pretty boring. Stopped in Deer Lake at Tims for some Morning tea and wifi just incase our camp couldnt get internet. Neednt have bothered as I am lying in my tent in the middle of a field and its coming through as clear as ever..amazing really.
After setting ...
... 500 years then Columbus. You could see where they had once lived by impressions in the ground and they had build a small replica village of what they would have been living like back 1000 years ago. It was done really well and we enjoyed it, feeling like we had learnt a lot when we left. We took a drive out to the North most point of the Island and parked at the beach of Hay Point and walked up the trail to a lookout over the ocean at the ice bergs. It was really windy but ...