Holiday Inn St. Johns
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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After an excellent breakfast we were picked up to go on a city tour which was not quite what we expected. First we went out to Cape Spear which is the most easterly point in Canada. We walked around while listening to lots of information from our guide who is a retired CBC National Correspondent. This was a place where the US and Newfoundland defended North America in 1942. The canon barrels that are ...
... 3pm and we hadn't had anything to eat other than lollies. It was difficult to find anything until we got to Gould where we found a quaint diner. Jenny is crazy about diners and I just think fat. We passed on fried fish tongues and went for fried cod. We got talking to the waitress who is the granddaughter of the original owner who told us the tongues were from cod and were the most popular dish. She offered us some but we refrained. She said they were ...
... with purple table runners and an elegant candle centre piece. There were 87 guests in all, which fitted perfectly. The food was good - I'm sure Aunty Alison was glad that this wedding was one she was not catering for!
As expected, the speeches revealed things about Ben that some of us didn't know. Like his notorious habit for breaking or spilling something, accidently leaning on emergency stop buttons at the baggage carosel, and kicking ...
... friends who share the same passion for politics and current affairs. It is refreshing to have a genuine response to the questions like ‘do you think Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016?’ or ‘do you think Hezbollah or Al Qaeda are a bigger risk in the Syrian conflict?’ rather than the usual rolling of the eyes or ‘how boring’ response. I have also been able to attend a few talks given by different ...