Murray Premises Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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From Halifax, we flew into the lovely seaside city of St. John’s and found ourselves one and a half hours ahead of the time in Toronto -- Welcome to the Newfoundland and Labrador time zone!
We picked up our rental car and made the 20 minute drive to our hotel where the Blue Jays game was being shown in full swing on the hotel lobby …
... hill, Ben and I went down to a cliff that overlooked the city, and we sat and talked until we lost track of time and the others came looking for us. It was really something special, a pretty spot with a pretty person.
Of course we were leaving that day, so we had to rush back to Jana and William's place for supper and then to the airport. What we were not expecting for supper was another homemade Newfoundland classic dish, salt fish with touten. Touten is a fried ...
... with the Vikings and later John Cabot, to the events of relative present-day. Mostly, I loved the flavour of the people that shone through here. Take your time though to truly get the most out of this museum. Two hours would allow a nice pace. We are off on the first leg of our road trip tomorrow, on the eastern end of the Trans Canada highway to Terra Nova national park. We'll check in then! Nick and ...
... solo trans Atlantic flight. It's history dates back to the early 1600's and was the source of conflict between the British and English on several occasions. Cod was the equivalent of oil today, a commodity worth waging war over. A couple of stone churches caught our attention and we found they dated back to the early 1800's. ...
I sit at our cabin desk writing this blog while listening to the wind blowing the patio door's curtain through its open door. Crashing waves compete to be heard on this dismal raining morning. This is the image Newfoundland weather in most people’s minds. A flat screen TV mounted on the cabin wall reveals our position still east of St John’s at about the same latitude as the bottom of the southeastern Avalon Peninsula and Sydney, ...