Murray Premises Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we went to The Rooms. It is a museum and art gallery. We had planned to have lunch there first but they were too busy, so we did most of the museum and found all the information on fish, mammals etc. very interesting. We listened to a presentation on Newfoundland's participation in World War I and them went to the art gallery. We decided to have an early dinner at The Rooms and go out for a drink ...
... me.Then later Jenny got some reasonable photos of it with her camera. It was too far off for my camera.
Next stop was Cape Spear which is the most easterly point of Canada. It had a lighthouse which is still in use and an old lighthouse which is now a museum. It was from here that we saw humpback whales. Once again I haven't got any good photos but Jenny has some which will verify that we saw them.
Jenny thought she was about to collapse as ...
... with purple table runners and an elegant candle centre piece. There were 87 guests in all, which fitted perfectly. The food was good - I'm sure Aunty Alison was glad that this wedding was one she was not catering for!
As expected, the speeches revealed things about Ben that some of us didn't know. Like his notorious habit for breaking or spilling something, accidently leaning on emergency stop buttons at the baggage carosel, and kicking ...
... from each residents house on campus compete against one another in a dance competition, before competing against the school mascot, Sammy the Seahawk himself. And my house won! We had to scream to determine the winner, and I put my all into those screams.
We caught a cab downtown and dove into Tim Hortons to escape the rain. In somewhat of a digression, I love Tim Hortons. $1.50 for a regular tea is a bargain (a £1 back home, and better ...
... early, left the B&B at 5:30AM to drive to Cape Spear, the Eastern most point in North America, to see the sunrise. Someone should have told the sun--fog and clouds shrouded the sunrise. Oh well, at least we "checked the box".
We then drove up to Signal Hill and had a beautiful view of the city. At 7:30 we returned to the B&B for breakfast.