Hometel on Signal Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... hence the name. For safety sake you have to time the hike to see the caves at low tide. We just managed to get around to explore the large cave, its amazing to see how the ocean can carve out such a large cave.
We went to check out Woody Harbour & were delighted to see a Minke Whale not far from the shore.
We were pretty pleased with ourselves for doing 3 hikes in 3 days ...
... and a purse each. I hope it is a big plane.
Downtown we were looking for the start of the Trans Canada and it wasn’t easy to find. There is always lots of discussion between us when we don't really know where we are supposed to go. It ended up out the front of the old railway station.
Dinner was at “Green Sleeves” which was an Irish restaurant in the street that is the “happening” place. It is full of restaurants and ...
... the World Cup final. The food was worth the wait, it was fantastic!! All the fish was fresh caught just off the shores of St. John's.
We were supposed to meet up with the rest of the group tonight, but the leader switched things around so we could get out and enjoy the beautiful weather. Which we did. We will meet our fellow travelers tomorrow before we head out to go puffin and whale watching.
... to do the nocturnal thing and sleep through the day. But this morning, after informining us last night that she would be sleeping for the day, she sent a message stating she'd be around in an hour to take us shopping.
We were delighted to arrive at a store called 'Old Navy' and discover that it indeed wasn't for teenagers alone (as John, Ben's older brother had said). What's more than that, a whole load of stock had arrived after Canada day was over, and to top ...
The Baymen came out in his Sou' Wester and clutching onto an oar. He kept banging his oar on the floor to get everyone to be quiet while he did his speech. A small gang of pricks kept talking over him and he eventually told the guy to "shut the **** up" right to his face, which I found highly amusing.
We each got given a piece of 'Newfoundland steak' which is part of the 'ceremony'. It's basically a piece of Spam on a stick ...