Holiday Inn St. Johns
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from St. John's
... we had dinner! A local told us how difficult it was for the community to get any help disposing of it until they went to the media. The Royal Ontario Museum stepped in & arranged for it to be buried for 4 or 5 years when they will retrieve it & put the skeleton on display.'Beached Newfoundland whales: Royal Ontario Museum seeks local ...www.ctvnews.ca/.../royal-ontario-mus eum-seeks-local-help-to-recover
... our plane.
The flight from Deer Lake to St. John's was uneventful, we had a great room at the Courtyard Marriott that overlooked the harbor in St. John's. We went to our favorite pizza place there and felt like natives. The one guy who worked there immediately recognized us and wanted to know how our trip had been. Then our waiter lived for a year on Battle Harbour and couldn't believe we had been there and sat and talked ...
... the 1970's with a more modern, automatic lighthouse. As we were walking along the paths, we noticed a white speck out on the horizon and with binoculars we could see that it was an iceberg!!
We got back to our hotel in time to have a late dinner and get ourselves packed to move on to our next stop tomorrow. As we make the drive to a village called St. Bride's we will be looking for caribou, moose, wildflowers and more puffins. Sounds like another exciting ...
... of those who stopped and with the ice from a nearby pub, he strapped her foot.
Not many people who travel to Canada can say they spent the afternoon in the doctor's rooms playing eye spy! Nor do they probably want to, but that's beside the point. The doctors rooms were right next to a Dominion store (similar to Walmart). So Damien and I went to find more suitable food (he's gluten free too). We headed home ...
... to a Christmas dinner back home, except with a dressing and mashed potato instead of roast (like we usually have at my house!) Then we had some blueberry cake with berries picked by Emma's parents, Robert and Margo, up by Signal Hill. I love blueberries, so was sad to hear I'd missed the picking season, but it was delicious.
We talked about home a lot, and we also were eating with three girls from South Korea, and got to find out about life for ...