Fairfield Inn & Suites St. John'S Newfoundland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from St. John's
... many times someone coming to him with a project, something he’d never done before - “Carl, can you build me a brick chimney?” And he’d warn them, “I’ve never done it before, but I’m willing to try if you want.” And, once his first one turned out fine, others jumped on board and he soon had a dozen under his belt.
My role ...
Soon we were tied up at the dock right in the middle of this bustling city.
Once again we decided to explore this new port on foot, and this time it was a quick transition from ship to shore straight down the gangway and into the middle of the city!
... our way to St. John's we had to stop for a photo at Gander Airport because we'd been there before 40 years ago! (actually Dec 28, 1973). It was only for a brief refuel stop when we emigrated on our way to Vancouver. Believe it or not we actually bought a return ticket! It was cheaper to buy a ticket from Manchester to Vancouver, with return from Gander!! Must have been for the adventuress traveller who wanted to travel across Canada way ...
... films. Danielle, Tony, Tammy and Alan, who just happened to be ending his Trans Canada journey on his Super Tenere also showed up and hung around for the historic moment.
Then there they were. Nevil sitting astride tired ol Twiggy and James on his beast of a KTM.
I filmed them coming in as I knew this would be a moment he would want to see. We shock hands and they got introductions and congratulations all round. They got their obligatory ...
... was taking us forever to go a distance 45 km. At one point we tried heading out to the Trans Canada but I don’t know that going 100 for the little distance helped us out much on the way there. On the way back it did help because we drove on it all the way into St. John’s. Hawthorne Cottage was the home of Captain Bob Bartlett. It was a bugger to get to, the signage was very lacking and the last turn down a little road (probably Highway 60 ...