Fisherman's Landing Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Up at 0630 hours; breakfast at Gillett's Motel. In rain gear as the skis looked very threatening.
North on Hwy 480 from Burgeo, onto TCH-1 to Corner Brook, then west on Hwy 450 to Lark Harbour. Had a fabulous seafood chowda for lunch at the Tide Watcher Cafe.
I was surprised at how high the mountains were! Beautiful scenery. Back …
... Our evening was filled with singing, dancing, hootin' and hollerin' and a good time was had by all!
Yesterday afternoon, when we knew we'd be here another night, we checked into a campground not far from the hotel and did the usual clean-up routine. It's sure been nice having wifi and catching up on our emails.
Today is a travel day; we're finally leaving the western side of the island.
... Cove Lighthouse. The lighthouse was different than most we had seen in Newfoundland, and the Maritimes. Also, the views from there were fantastic. Since the sun had not yet set, we decided to drive up the highway and along the coastline to a spot where a river flows into the Saint Lawrence Gulf. There we saw several folks fishing (catch and release of salmon and trout), and got some great pictures of the ...
Sarah, our hostess at Evergreen Bed and Breakfast, looked out the window and could see Gros Morne Mountain this morning. She indicated that it would be a great day to do a boat tour of Western Brook Pond, a freshwater fjord. We purchased our tickets at the Oceanview Hotel, and drove to the parking lot where you access the walking trail to the starting point of the ...
... At the lake we saw the local wildlife that did not seem to mind the intrusion of humans into thier domain. They were Canadian geese, swans, ducks, and other species of birds that we could not identify. This confirmed our assumptions that the many Canadian geese that spend the entire year in San Jose do trace thier origins back to Canada.
On the far side of the lake was the end of the trail. It emptied out on city streets filled with tall, narrow ...