Fisherman's Landing Inn

Address: 21-29 West Link Road, Rocky Harbour, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0K-4N0, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 21-29 West Link Road, Rocky Harbour.
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    Travel Blogs from Rocky Harbour

    West Coast of Newfound(but still more beaches)

    A travel blog entry by eastcoast2015 on Aug 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... and some adult human sized. We had a rest on the shore near Green ‎Point campgrounds and then Jonathan and I walked back to get the vehicle (because Ben was having a decent nap).   ‎‎ So a brief word about our cabin. It was one of 24 in a row along the harbour. They were  3 room cabins that were equipped with the simple basics. They were not at all similar to the PEI cottage. They reminded me a bit of the cabins which my family first rented when we got ...

    Climbing mountains

    A travel blog entry by tdwanderlust on Jul 27, 2015

    12 photos

    ... There are 2 mountains right there, 1 is loose rock and 1 is covered in trees. We thought we were climbing the 1 with trees. We were wrong. We had to climb 806 metres up mostly loose rock. But we had come this far, and Dave somehow convinced me that I could do it, so up we climbed. By some miracle, I actually got to the top. And even better, without sliding down on my face, which was exactly what I was ...

    We made it! Sunny Newfoundland

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Aug 04, 2014

    25 photos

    ... br>

    We continued our drive & found the coastline dotted with fishing huts & villages. The villages are well maintained with small houses & no fences, many houses flew both the Canadian & Newfoundland flags from a mast like flag pole!

    The trees are mainly small fir & spruce trees, ones growing by the coast have brown tops & tips have been damaged by salt air. Inland ...

    Moose Hunting & failing again

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Aug 01, 2014

    40 photos

    ... some died in ships ..It was a pretty big bagging of the English anyways. The French people also were in Nova Scotia and when the English moved them on some ended up down in Louisiana . These French were the Arcadians or in the South they are the Cajuns. See look at me learning all the time.. I had heard this story in reverse whilst in New Orleans.
    At this Memorial site they had a bread oven, it looked like one of those outdoor ...

    Go East - D11

    A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 10, 2014

    2 photos

    ... surface and how the rock above is still changing today.

    All the while, you encouraged to move about the boat to take photos or get a better look. Doing all of that, I managed to loose my hat to the ever present wind. Good bye dirty smelly hat I really liked.

    We saw a cow moose and her calf towards the end of the boat ride. And finished last half hour listening to traditional Newfoundlander music, which is an Irish/folk cross up. It's quite good.