Extended Stay Canada - St. John'S - Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... selfless and everlasting.
If you couldn’t already tell from our meetings, I’m stoked about the trip! I see the team as a tower of strength (a brick tower), and I’m pleasantly amused by how different we all are but yet so similar in our goal.
Let’s bring our A-game to India. Keep the mortar tacky and don’t spin the bricks!
... crystalline waters that drew maritime Indians to Newfoundland’s rocky shores more than 5,500 years ago. Around 1,000 A.D., the Vikings met the descendants of these native peoples when they briefly explored this area before returning to their home sin Greenland.
Europeans did not return to these shores until 1497 when Italian Giovanni Caboto, or more commonly known as John Cabot, discovered this new-found land and word quickly ...
... that they were good friends with her cousin, Sharon, who put together the Parsons' family reunion back in July in Colleen's hometown. (For the record, we've seen many businesses with the name of Parsons here in Newfoundland.) Another chance meeting that makes us feel like we're part of a community here!
We got another shout-out today when we were stopped at a red light and a construction worker yelled, "Hey Nevada!" and then gave us a great big smile!
... but without the clothes section, and with a wider range of food. We got what we needed (ice-cream, junk food!), and headed to the Gluten Free section. Here, my day was made. They had gluten free donuts! Of all the downers of being gluten free, craving donuts is the absolute worst. I haven't had a dounut for over a year! So I bought two packets, wishing they would import them to Australia. But relatively glad they don't as they could easily become my new ricecakes ...
... Peggy's Cove , visited the graves of Titanic travellers at Fairview cemetery and spent quite a while at the Maritime museum. So many shipwrecks.. All about the first steam liners, Titanic and other tragedies, like a huge explosion during World War 1 where a munitions ship caught fire and exploded killing more people in Halifax than in any battle in the war.. After a nice seafood dinner, we caught a bit of Irish jamming in the Irish pub across the ...