Days Inn Stephenville

44 Queen St., Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, A2N 2M5, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 44 Queen St., Stephenville.
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Travel Blogs from Stephenville

Tamara's Birthday

A travel blog entry by gwheelz on Jul 01, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

On your 50th birthday, I'm celebrating what you mean to me; to our family. I see you in our kids: these things will never fade. It's Canada Day which IS your day. I'll never think of it without thinking of you. Your smile, your laugh, your touch... I miss you, I love ...

2nd night NFLD

A travel blog entry by kerryanddee on Jun 10, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

Stayed at Pirates Haven in a chalet, needed to re organize our chaos of camping gear and stuff. Great little spot, nice people that own it, Paul and Ruth. They took very good care of us. We had a lot of fun here talking to the locals, and we had a great meal in the pub. We put on 80 ...

Boutte du Cap = Fantastic

A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Jul 22, 2013

29 photos

... westerly point in Newfoundland! So excited...saw a moose! Only 109,999 to go! Hooked back onto the Trans Canada and made our way up as far as the 490 where we turned west to take the road less travelled! At Kippens we filled our water bottles at the local drinking water station and then took the Blanche Brook Trail, part of the International Appalachian Trail to the oldest known fossil bed of mountain trees that produced seeds, ...

Crossing the St. Lawrence...slowly.

A travel blog entry by on Jul 04, 2013

4 photos

... imagine what the Vikings would have seen when they sailed to Newfoundland. Although there were plenty of trees and shrubs, they were all short, and it was very obvious that Newfoundland's geography and vegetation are very different than any other province in Canada.

We ended up docking around 6:30 PM Newfoundland time (2:00 PM Nanaimo/Victoria time), and were one of the first 20 cars off! Yay! We were very thankful that we didn't have to ...

Odd sightings on the Port au Port Peninsula

A travel blog entry by dougandlynda on May 30, 2013

7 photos

... apart, with the strangest white stone constructions in their front yards. Looked like stones cemented together into odd formations, then painted white and some even had little red spots painted on them. Whoever lives in those houses has a serious hobby - other than lobster fishing, what else would a person do out there? ...