Fairfield Inn & Suites St. John'S Newfoundland
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... They are approximately 80% effective at reducing the rolling motion of the ship. The resulting rollercoaster ride through the waves is not bad and I am very proud of Bonnie handling her sea sickness weakness. She is a trooper who keeps plodding on, not letting circumstances rule her life.
What did we miss in St. John’s? It has been debated whether or not the explorer John Cabot actually sailed into what is today known as St. ...
... was so devastated that he couldn't continue. Thanks to Terry's legacy Cancer research has made remarkable strides since then. What a special person he was!!
That's it folks mission completed - we have come as Far East as we can on this continent! It's August 19th & now we are turning around & heading west on our way home - but we're taking the long route back - it may take 7 months! ...
... into the staging lanes, and sea gulls trying to get a free meal. It was a sight to behold.
It was a pretty warm and very windy day, so the tailgate was over once the food was gone. Everyone headed back to their rigs to stay cool as possible. We fired up the generator and the AC and hunkered down until 4:30 when they started to load the ship.
As half of the first lane was loaded, they stopped loading of large vehicles (us) since some idiot driving ...
... 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 ...
... as we were used to the beauty of Newfoundland in places such as Twillingate.
George St is the party street and is filled with bars and a few strip clubs. I tried to distract Jenny so I could run off to the strip club whilst her back was turned but she was too quick for me! This made for quite a funny scene! As a joke, just as we were passing a strip club I told Jenny to look to her left then made a mock dash to the right for the entrance hallway ...