Courtyard by Marriott St. John's Newfoundland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the gear and drove to Julia's. She's amazing: arrived at 1am, went to the meeting, then proceeded to invite 10 people for tea and give them an absolute feast! She won me with gluten free chocolate pudding. I was stoked! We all lazed around, waited for the others to leave and then headed to bed at a reasonable time. My air bed deflated half way through the night, but apart from that, it was nice to have a decent length sleep! ...
... hospitality slid effortlessly between the 2 languages (making us feel inadequate!) so we had no dramas, just a few less easy moments with waiters. That afternoon we were on the train again to Quebec, wow! Quebec has so much interesting history and is beautiful. The old part of the city (not very big ) is made up of the upper & lower towns. They were both explored and the wall was walked! More French food, language and service. We again stayed at ...
A magnificent day to tour the St. John's area! Off to Cape Spear, the most easterly point not only in Newfoundland but of North America! The oldest surviving lighthouse in the province, in operation since 1836! Yeah! A minke whale surfaces for us as we are standing looking out at the ocean! What a sight.....our third whale sighting and very close to shore! Heavy artillery was installed at Fort Cape Spear in 1941 to protect St. John's during WW I but Cape Spear never saw ...
... the houses are built in long strips and every house is a different bright colour, and no one has a front or back yard in the downtown area. The streets don't seem to have any rhyme or reason as to their directions, but we figure that back in the day it all made sense. With Doug still recovering from his broken hip and foot, walking here was a challenge but we took our time with lots of rest stops ...