Maclellan Inn/Thackeray Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Port aux Basques
... we enjoyed a nice lunch (more like a dinner) with a view of the Cabot Strait. Colleen wore her acupuncture wrist bands and chewed on crystallized ginger; luckily the voyage was as smooooth as she had hoped, and we arrived in Port aux Basques on schedule at 6 o'clock Newfoundland time. It was actually 5:30 our time, but again, we found ourselves in a different time ...
... out was and what to do
with the key when we leave so we went into the restaurant that the women who
owns it all runs. She was delighted to see us because she wanted to tell us a
funny story. Apparently after Jen checked in another lady and her mum checked
in who turned out to have the exact same name as Jen! Which caused much
confusion as the land lady kept insisting she had already checked them in! They
finally realised it was just that there ...
... have to arrive 2 hours earlier! We thought we'd rather see more of the sights than be on such a long ferry trip. I had to take gravol for the first crossing; but it's the Atlantic. Another reason we backed tracked was we missed a big highlight which was Grose Morne National Park. The park was definitely worth it. It's huge, we camped in the park for a couple nights. Drove most of it, and did this scenic, beautiful hike. I'll download photos...St John's was a ...
... falls today, the rain held off. We made our own campsite last night, so we are heading toward St John's but will get a campsite that has showers, laundry and a heated pool. NL has a good 2013 travel guide; which is necessary because Rogers does not work in this region we've been told. However we did download maps, into our apps before our trip. It's interesting how quickly the season has come to an end here. In one regard, it's a nice and quiet time ...
... to hear that we had visited NL. Most Canadians have never been there, let alone us foreigners!
We realised how much NL felt like being out on the wild eastern frontiers when we returned to Nova Scotia and took a short walk on Cape Breton Island. Most of our walks in NL we rarely saw anyone but now on this walk there were fellow tourists everywhere.
We have already mentioned the people here – but everyone we met was friendly and ...