Murray Premises Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... 3pm and we hadn't had anything to eat other than lollies. It was difficult to find anything until we got to Gould where we found a quaint diner. Jenny is crazy about diners and I just think fat. We passed on fried fish tongues and went for fried cod. We got talking to the waitress who is the granddaughter of the original owner who told us the tongues were from cod and were the most popular dish. She offered us some but we refrained. She said they were ...
... through a glass greenhouse. Dave Billington was the MC, he did a great job and was rather amusing too which was a bonus. He presented Courtney and Ben with a pig skin and something football, and made some joke about marriage being upredictable just like a football, and that if they ever needed something to throw...
Aunty Alison did a wonderful job at her speech, welcoming Ben into the family and thanking Paul and Marsha for welcoming Courtney. ...
... It was a lovely day for a walk and it was a popular spot with the locals. The campground at the Provincial Park was really nice and we were able to use the showers there after our walk. We headed up the number 10 highway to just out of St. John's where we stopped at Timmies to use the internet so we could have a good catch up with both families! We found Canadian tire after this and dropped off ...
... this size. The hall is basically a largeish house in which they've opened up a big room on the bottom story. I was so impressed with their enthusiasm in singing during the hymns! It's amazing how much of a difference their accents makes to their pronunciation while singing too! Julia Hynes (the Canadian bridesmaid) had just flown in Sunday 1am from Australia after attending her brothers wedding in QLD. We were ...
... to carry on exploring parts of St.John’s. Although, I’ve come to view St. John’s in a strange way, fondly, but strange nonetheless. This because living here for several months, I no longer view it as a place I am just visiting but it is not home. I have a little, temporary life here with somewhere to live, friends and commitments. I even do a fortnightly food shop. Therefore, most days in St.John’s, I just get on with day to day ...