Delta St. John's Hotel And Conference Centre
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... he had selected his 5 prunes and moved on. I scooped up a few and returned to my seat. There I found a woman sitting with Kier. Her husband was in the buffet line...you know where I'm going with this, now don't you?? Yup, Mr. Prune Picker shows up at our table. He places his bowl of cereal topped with the carefully selected prunes, and then disappeared again. He returned shortly after with another empty bowl. This one he placed ...
... After having had very few fast food options the last few weeks, all at once we were offered half a dozen choices at the food court. We enjoyed some burgers from A&W after we learned that it now buys beef only from cattle raised without added growth hormones or steroids. (It's a separate company from the U.S. chain; hope we soon follow suit.) The mall was filled with stores and shoppers scurrying in all directions, quite a ...
Can't believe I got sunburnt yesterday. I spent so much time looking for thermals and extra strong insect repellent that I forgot to buy sunscreen. The temperature got to 29 degrees but it didn’t seem that hot, as there was a coastal breeze all the time. The locals are basking in all the warm weather. It also makes seeing an iceberg so bizarre. On the radio today they were very excited as St John’s had broken the record of the number of continuous ...
... she'd baked us (a cookie for a cookie!) and then she and Robert took us on a driving tour of St. John's and the surrounding area. There's nothing like getting a tour from locals, and we got to see so much as the sun was setting. Out to Cape Spear again, which is just such a beautiful place and feels like the edge of the world. We saw places like a bunch of condos built on an old hospital (you couldn't get me to live there! creepy!), went to the upper ...
... itself was a fish processing plant that died with the Atlantic cod moratorium! It was stripped off all equipment and abandoned. Two Newfies, now away, who had had an interest in brewing their own beer from their university days saw the opportunity to start a brewery here. In university they had convinced the custodian to allow them to make beer in one of his closets in exchange for a share of the beer! In 1995 they purchased the building and by 1996 started brewing their ...