Holiday Inn St. Johns

Address: 180 Portugal Cove Rd., St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1B 2N2, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the East End area of St. John's, is near George Street, Basilica of St. John the Baptist, The Fluvarium, and Commissariat House.
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Travel Blogs from St. John's

Oh Canada!

A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Sep 19, 2014

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... Timmy's at enjoy a nice leisurely day in our last port of call. Three more sleeps and we'll be disembarking in New York. But in the meantime we've got 2 more sea days and the finale of our Mini Olympics. I have to say, it did my heart good when we left port out of the narrow channel to the Atlantic Ocean that the Newfoundlanders gave us such a warm farewell. There was a parade of cars tooting horns and people waving all the way out. It ...

Lunch with a View (sort of)

A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 18, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... Jim bought a "Mile 1" T-shirt. (This is the most easterly Harley-Davidson dealership in North America, situated near the first mile of the TransCanada Highway.)

Our return ferry is booked for Saturday at 5 pm and we arrive back in Nova Scotia at 10 the next morning. This time we're sailing on the 17-hour ferry to save ourselves (well, Jim anyway) the long drive back on the same 560 miles ...

Whales! Puffins!

A travel blog entry by debhooy on Jul 14, 2014

36 photos

... founded in 1621. It was founded by Sir George Calvert, later the first Lord Baltimore (for whom Baltimore, Maryland is named for). All that can be seen are the foundations of where some of the homes once stood. Ongoing archeological digs are going on and items are being found every day from the first settlers.

From there we had another drive out to the most eastern point in North America - Cape Spear. The lighthouse there was built in 1832 and ...

A 'hurricane', a ship and the doctor's room

A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... of the US Navy training college on board. So we asked for a photo because they were wearing cool uniforms. The day took a rather unexpected turn from here as Courtney Manser missed the step off the bottom of the gang plank and badly sprained her ankle. We were amazed at how many Newfies stopped to ask if she was ok, the onlooking US Navy cadet not being one of them (much to Courtney's disgust). A retried paramedic ...

St. John's Regatta and The Rooms

A travel blog entry by marty_sk on Aug 07, 2013

... done in preparation for leaving tomorrow (laundry, oil change on the bike).
The local museum know as The Rooms (Newfie for the place where fishing catches were processed) is free on Wednesday evenings so I spend a few hours checking it out. The view from the top floor over the city and port is spectacular. I meet up with Mark for dinner and we also meet Jane (NZ). We head out to George St after dinner to check out some more live bands and local ...