Glynmill Inn

Address: 1B Cobb Lane, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, A2H 6E6, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1B Cobb Lane, Corner Brook, is near Blomidon Golf and Country Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Corner Brook

      Humber valley

      A travel blog entry by lisandretrip on May 19, 2014

      21 photos

      Another long day of driving but so worth it! We drove a small village called Lark Harbour and back around the Humber Arm to Cox Cove putting 200 km on the car. So many pictures to sort through. We had a lot of fun. We had a nice dinner at the hotel and prepped for another day drive to Gros Morne tomorrow.

      Sunburnt!

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 01, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... squirrel had eaten it.

      Newfies aren’t really keen on signs, so the first tourist stop we nearly sailed past. We read the sign but couldn’t find the trail. There was a lady there filling water bottles from a spring and she pointed out where the trail was. The locals were lining up to get the water as the lady said it was clean and cold. At Blanche Brook we walked along a trail we saw large tree fossils embedded in sandstone in the ...

      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 ...

      He Was Here First.

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jul 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... 30’s unless it is minus 30.

      I have discovered that we also haven’t got the right clothes. Camouflage gear is all the rage here. If you have that gear, skin tight tops and pants no matter what your shape is or how old you are. Remember that I have already said that Newfies are short and stocky so they don’t get blown away in the winds and can fit in the houses without stooping.

      We set the tent up in a nice grassy paddock with neighbours right next ...

      Southbound along the Viking Trail Hwy.

      A travel blog entry by mcroberts on Jun 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... get a chai for the road. We did not see any moose on the road south today at all. We arrived in Deer Lake sometime after 8:00. It was a beautiful day for travelling. The Viking Trail highway provides such nice vistas of the sea, mountains and landscape in both directions. People who live here are constantly reminding visitors to be looking out for the moose. While we did see moose, we thankfully did not encounter any crossing the road in front of our car.


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