Delta St. John's Hotel And Conference Centre
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... winter! Seafood is king. In addition to lobster feats one finds local dishes that boast scallops and oysters. Cod tongues- a gelatinous bits of flesh from the fish’s throat about the size of sea scallops, tossed in milk, seasoned flour and sautéed in oil is a local delicacy. Many pair this with scrunchions, also known as fired bits of pork fat.
It was an abundance of seafood, mammals and birds living in and around the ...
Fog, wind and rain! Last night the fog rolled in, the rain pounded down and the wind howled all night long. Riley rocked and rolled but kept us safe and dry. The storm continued through noon the next day and then surprisingly, within a half hour, the skies cleared and the sun came out. By one o'clock, we were back on the road enjoying the beautiful weather just made for a day of sightseeing.
First we drove up to Signal Hill, a National Historic Site, where we watched ...
... in the coach since we could not take her to the cabin.
We then made our way to our cabin five levels above where our coach was parked. Once we were settled in and made a call to the front desk that our room was like a sauna, we made it to the lounge for a much needed beer and to relax.
The ship finally began moving a little after 6pm with an estimated arrival time in Newfoundland of 1030 the next morning (16.5 hours plus debarkation time).
... yell and ran and ran. Intrigued and a little perplexed at his reaction, the boys followed and watched as he launched himself into one of the natural water springs. He pulled himself out of the water, spluttering and freezing cold. With a shaking hand he reached into his back pocket and pulled out four sticks of dynamite! 'Blasters' were the most experienced of all miners and had to have special qualifications. It turns out he wasn't lying about ...
... We are in room 315. So we get on the elevator and it only has 2 buttons. Hmmm. Of course, it helps to notice the little sticky beside "2" that said (300 & 400). So we’re actually on the second floor.
Got to our room and Pete discovered his book was missing. How could that be? He had his bottle of water on the flight and he had taken the empty water bottle and put it in the carry-on bag but ...