Fairfield Inn & Suites St. John'S Newfoundland
Travel Blogs from St. John's
... waffle making etiquette after watching a few blokes make theirs after us. You are supposed to brush down the irons when finished ready for the next person.
I went for a quick walk this morning as we have a bit of time to fill in. The hotel is backed by the streetcar depot and has a huge billboard on top of it. Across the main road is Lake Ontario. It is a bit over 50 kms wide. Just looks like the sea as you can’t see the other side. Back around the streets overlooking the ...
... of this, and the relatively small size of main street, we were in no rush.
We browsed through the majority of the tourist and gift shops, getting presents for various friends and family, and generally searching for Jelly Bean Houses. We found what we were looking for, mostly, Fliss bought all the necessary presents for everyone as she leaves Sunday. She felt like a burger, but a good burger, 'none of this fatty stuff'. So we headed to a restaraunt called ...
... round due to their misuse for over 24 hours on the plane. (Lauchlan "I have the biigggest stitch ever, I'm sure the burger I had is stuck in my rib cage!"). Even those who weren't so jet-lagged had had enough. We were indebted to Courtz (Stone) and A. Alison who did the last bit of the hike up the hill and brought the car down to the lower car park for us!
I was excited to have a proper sleep last night and only woke once at 4am. I woke ...
... lovely but shows how small the harbour really is. It is jam-packed with ships. The channel is very narrow as well, the width of shipping channel is only 200 feet. A sign told us the largest ship to enter was the Hope Clipper in April 1984, which was 100 feet wide.
You couldn’t climb up to the roof of Cabot Tower because it was roped off for some reason today. However, there’s plenty of climbing around the tower and beyond. There ...
... through this wonderfully, quirky corner of Canada. The Duckworth was great; a 100 some year old building brought up to a contemporary level of décor. Beware the stairs to the third floor, every tread leaning drunkenly to the left which makes manoeuvering us and our bags a test. Clearly the farthest left I have been swayed since Tony Blair was a boy. With the sun cracking the
pavement and the sky sans clouds, we head off to Signal Hill in search of ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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