Days Inn Dartmouth
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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After a bumpy ride we arrived in Corner Brook early in the morning. This is the largest community in Newfoundland. The town centres around the pulp and paper mill which transformed Corner Brook from a bustling sawmill centre into the largest industrial city in Western Newfoundland. The major attraction in town is a walk through their stream trail system. Karen and I headed off on a walk passing through the ...
... that all the carry-on luggage that was in the plane had a passenger to claim it. We finally got airborne around 8:55pm, almost an hour late. The good thing is that the plane seemed to be a nearly new Boeing767-300 with USB ports and iPad-like seat screens. Sleep was fitful but we all seemed to get some shut-eye. I'm not sure if the gravol that I took helped to put me away. I think it ...
... we decided to have our lunch in a little are out of the wind overlooking one of the cliffs. Thankfully no sign of coyotes on the trail. Sadly, I did not get to see a moose, but there will be many more chances.
We then drove to Hall’s Harbor, a little fishing village off the western coast. On the way up we noticed the harbor seemed strange, it wasn’t until be noticed that the boats were sitting on the rocks of the ...
... time to take in this city! I lamented. Finding an open adult beverage store, we stocked up, and started heading home. We wiled away the afternoon playing cards (Elimination with a Twist) then telephoned the kids' favourite Chinese Takeaway, and enjoyed our feast. All five of us agreed that we had never dined on Chinese food for Easter Sunday, ever. Monday April 21 After laying out a continental brekkie, we set out on a big walk. At first it was all ...
... fall down that because you can't get out, you are a sitting duck to be killed. It is one fortress you cannot get in with cannons on the walls pointing out over the river and the west (backside). There is a Signal Post with tall masts used to send coded signals to both the citizens of Halifax and to the other forts that protected the harbour. A very interesting fort even though it was very cold and we ...