Murray Premises Hotel
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... is the oldest in the province, built in 1836 its a square two story building, I thought it was surprisingly spacious & comfortable inside for the period!l There's also the remains of the never used gun batteries from WW2.
Our next stop was a drive up Signal Hill, which over looks St. John's & you can immediately see why it was turned into the "Lookout" where ...
... They have hit 15 and if tomorrow’s temperature is above 25 they will break the record which has stood since 1941.
Still haven’t driven yet. Jenny is doing such a good job that I have left it to her. She has only got the finger from one cop and that was only to indicate that she should go first. There have been a few other heart racing moments but the recovery has been quick.
That was written this morning but as of today I ...
... and April Hynes (Andrew's siblings) were visiting from Ontario, so Andrew & Julia went out for supper (their 'tea') with them at their parents - Uncle Garry and Aunt Elizabeth's. Jess stayed around for supper and we popped into Sobey's to grab salads and sushi (yum!). After tea we sat down and did the readings, chatted until Andrew & Julia got home, then crashed into bed. Earlyish rise tomorrow as Andrew is dropping us at the airport before ...
... the sun finally set, which happens at 9 around these parts. Rather disconcerting, but nice nonetheless.
Then to the bowling alley. Canadians only have 5 pins and a smaller ball, which, according to those who played is even funner. I passed in deference to my wrists, but pleaded with the guys to get the wifi password so I wasn't sitting and doing nothing the whole time. They splilt everyone over two allies - guys and girls (the score ...
... friends who share the same passion for politics and current affairs. It is refreshing to have a genuine response to the questions like ‘do you think Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016?’ or ‘do you think Hezbollah or Al Qaeda are a bigger risk in the Syrian conflict?’ rather than the usual rolling of the eyes or ‘how boring’ response. I have also been able to attend a few talks given by different ...