Delta St. John's Hotel And Conference Centre
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... most of them have music blaring out I to the street. There was a guitarist at the one we went to, it was just after six and he had already started playing. After sitting there for a while the wind started to blow and the harbour disappeared from view. We walked down the street and it soon became too cold for Jenny so we went back to the car. Jenny had some cider so I had to drive. It was really scary as I had Jenny breathing down my neck as I tried to negotiate the one ...
... a beer, we decided to go out on the deck for some fresh air, and boy did we get some fresh air! It was blowing so hard that you could barely stand up. So we decided to go back inside and have dinner. We opted for the buffet, but were disappointed in the quality and selections given the price. Afterwards, we wish we had opted for the menu restaurant.
We then returned to the lounge for another drink and see that we are now in heavy fog (we would be in fog for ...
I'm thinking, due to tiredness and a million bobby pins sticking into my head, that I'll do a proper wedding write-up when I get to it. Considering a picture tells a thousand words, you'll have to forgive me for passing on the real words, and just enjoy looking at the pictures now. In short: a wonderful ...
... after all!
We headed to the Bell Island Lighthouse, which has quite a view down the cliffs. The wild grass and perfect lighting just asked for photos. Thanks for posing Mr & Mrs Ridgeway to be!
Then off to 'Greaves Nest' an impressive looking bay, accessible by a steep climb down a cliff. Once you were down, the bay opened up and was surrounded by rock formations and towering cliffs. It got even better: there was ...
... a while before boarding another night train. Didn't sleep so well & I was sad to miss some of the lovely scenery the next morning. Enjoyed the trip & seeing a little of the province of New Brunswick, before arriving in Halifax, Nova Scotia at about 4 pm. From France to Scotland, another big old city with interesting history, a lot of Irish influence as well. We managed to do a bit in our short time here. We drove to the lovely fishing ...