Captain's Quarters

2 King's Bridge Road, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1C 6H4, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. John's

Settling back in to St.John's

A travel blog entry by megan_dibble

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... s reaction to the terrible weather experienced at the beginning of January, this year has been out of the ordinary. The power cuts and snow storms led to many flights being delayed and cancelled and MUN was closed for the first three days of the semester. I was incredibly lucky to get into St.John’s with just a two hour delay- most others faced hours of delays and cancellations. The cancellation of classes meant that I spent much of my first week ...

The most easterly point in North America

A travel blog entry by badefamily

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... one and the newer one. The information about the tour said '100 steps' well I counted more than 160! At the same place ttere is a short walkway to the most easterly point in North America. Back in the city, we had a wander round, always we look for postcards and stamps, and somewhere to post them! Also found Starbucks and used their free wifi.
Bach on board, we were told that the town was going to give us a special send off from 'Signal Hill'. It had been quite a pleasant ...

Jellybeans and Forts

A travel blog entry by kveeti

... 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 ...

Day 26 - Jigging for Cod

A travel blog entry by solorider

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... was running around getting some people ready for a whale watching tour. I much preferred to look around a little and then go fishing with his brother Scott, his dad and his teenage son. Robert handed me a 'Mustang' survival suit and motored away with the tourists. I jumped into a large Zodiak inflatable and after a fuel stop, the four of us headed out the mouth of the harbour into the North Atlantic. It was a sunny, warm day and I could not believe ...

Signal Hill, Cape Spear and Colourful Houses

A travel blog entry by pamlsmith

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... much of the 1700's the city was razed and taken over multiple times as the French, English and Dutch fought for it tooth and nail. After Britian's ultimate victory on Signal Hill in 1762, things started to settle down.

Signal Hill is a much visited tourist site and the view from the top of Cabot Tower is pretty fantastic...that is, when the fog isn't too thick. It rolled in pretty heavily in the early afternoon so we ...

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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of St. John's, is near George Street, Johnson Geo Centre, Basilica of St. John the Baptist, and Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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