Holiday Inn St. Johns
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Travel Blogs from St. John's
... we were looking for puffins. He pointed to the water and said that’s what they are. There were millions of them. They live on Gull Island which is on the edge of the bay.They make their nests in the grassy parts. Their burrow is about an arms length and they return to the same burrow each year.They lay one egg each season but don’t lay it until they are about 5 years old. Sometimes they eat so many fish that they can’t fly back to their ...
... the wedding! We left the hairdressers later than expected and headed home. Finally time to get in the dresses! The morning passed in a whirl and before we knew it 1:30pm and the limo came. To the Ramada! We were all a little nervous about that walk down the isle, but everything went well.
Courtney chose the song 'Magic of Love' to walk down the isle to, a beautiful piece with a climax just at the right spot for her to enter on. Ben's face when ...
... when Aunt Marsha heard that I loved playing she asked me to play for the meeting. I was a little dubious, knowing every ecclesia has a different format and envisioning myself playing during prayers and being in my seat at hymn time. Aunt Marsha kindly wrote out the schedule for me and the practicing started (this was Saturday night!). All went well.
St. John's is a small ecclesia, as you would imagine for ...
... to carry on exploring parts of St.John’s. Although, I’ve come to view St. John’s in a strange way, fondly, but strange nonetheless. This because living here for several months, I no longer view it as a place I am just visiting but it is not home. I have a little, temporary life here with somewhere to live, friends and commitments. I even do a fortnightly food shop. Therefore, most days in St.John’s, I just get on with day to day ...
It was nice to wake to a calmer morning and blue skies. The wind is still chilly but we still managed to sit outside for brekkie. It gets a bit boring at times during the sea days but that is our own fault as there is always a choice of things to do. Elinor and I tried out a shellac manicure as a trial for Simone's wedding. Garry and I managed a turn around the deck as they say. Nice to get fresh air even if it is a bit windy. Drinks and dinner to follow of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center