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... on the history. They had several artifacts of interest and had a very nice display about immigration as this was one of the many places the Irish came to because of the potato famine.
Across the street was the Basilica of St. John the Baptist, a catholic church. We only got to see the outside as the church was closed for the afternoon due to some repair work. After a few pictures we walked back down the hill to the dock and boarded the ship.
... to get snacks, etc then we ended up watching some tv & ordering dinner in. We ordered from Ches's. Not impressed. Stomach isn't happy again. I've got a delicate stomach. I've also reviewed Ches's on Yelp & trip advisor. I'm going to catch up on sleep tonight & tomorrow we'll do some proper wandering. Only got 5 hours of sleep last night as our flight left at 6.45am this ...
... s to the other – the streets do not follow any kind of grid, and in fact they change names several times. Add to that the fact that many streets are not identified at all. These Newfies have a bizarre way of planning planned cities.
St. John’s Basilica is a spectacular church, filled with 66 stained glass windows under a soaring ceiling. It’s most Impressive inside and out, seating ...
Today is not a good day, the clouds are very low and it is pouring...
Well we had to head back to Mobile Trailer to have the torn awning put back on as they can not get fabric for 2 weeks, not going to happen, we have a ferry booked for the 22nd of July.
Had to call ICBC as City Tire were being jerks. All this running around on our part and they have not even said we are sorry.
We are heading to the Quidi ...
... had a good old chat with her and got some directions. Turns out the tongue is Cod tongues and the locals love them, unfortunately they didn't have any Seal flipper pies.
From Goulds we drove back into town and headed to the South Head and saw Amhurst Lighthouse, then we drove to Quidi Vidi which is another small inlet with quirky old houses around this very small body of water. Finally finished with touring for the day at 1800 we decided to find Walmart and do ...