Maclellan Inn/Thackeray Suites
Travel Blogs from Port aux Basques
... until 9 pm by the
time we actually made it there we found out that it was only open till 8! And
there was quite a walk up to it, though we do think it would have been possible
in the chair. It was a really lovely drive along the coast but a difficult
drive as the road was in quite a bad state, which has turned out to be the case
for most of the island.
When we got back to
the flat we realised that we didn't know what ...
... and I could live; it's so colorful, interesting, charming and alive. I love the wind, the landscape is so diverse, there's so much to do. I think it would be interesting to experience the winter here. Carly and Hanna think about it???We stayed in St John's for two nights. We treated ourselves to a nice hotel and had lots of fun taking in a couple bands and eating some great food... And the sites, wow! There' a beautiful walk up this mountain called Signal Hill, ...
... but many museums and tours are now closed.And Sandra, Fall has just started to touch the trees here. Although it was near frost early this morning. Lucky we have brought a duvet.In a couple days we will be one month into our trip and let me tell you sisters that is an accomplishment . This VW is a 'pretty small camper' (our license is 924 PSC). We're just about at our campsite, so shall sign off. I'm hoping there's wifi and I can send this blog ...
... the greatest things about NL is the wilderness feel. There are tourists but it still feels a remote and challenging place. This also comes through with the friendly nature of the locals, who are always pleased to stop and talk to you.
The vast and tough environment of NL made our time there crossing from west to east (and back) provide a real sense of achievement. Everyone we met in Nova Scotia (locals and fellow tourists) that we talked to about NL were ...
... told us that Trinity has a Pageant presentation that we would like. We arrived there around noon, skies threatening. We purchased tickets and walked around the historic buildings, finding lunch at Skipper Bob's. WOW, what great food. Darlene owns the place, and her kids work in the dining room. All homemade, baked and cooked right in the kitchen. I told Darlene that if she would move to California with us, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility