Quality Hotel Harbourview
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... teams are based.
Kyles team seemed much more together today for their first game. They won it easily (4-0). Kyle had some good chances to score but wasn't able to bury the ball.
We had lunch and Kyle had to get the team bus to his game. So Theresa and I decided to do a bit of shopping downtown before heading to the next game. St. John's is such a friendly and picturesque old-world city. The buildings are painted all colours and ...
... and is set up to show how a mid-nineteenth century lighthouse keeper and his family would have lived. Generations of the Cantwell family of lightkeepers resided at Cape Spear for over 150 years and worked tirelessly to maintain a light so vital to mariners. Inside the restored lighthouse one discovers the true life of a 19th-century lighthouse keeper.
Cape Spear’s location near the convoy routes of the Second World War made it a ...
Who would have thought when I moved to Newfoundland in August that I’d be going to India in April?
My love for building began as a young child. Building blocks and mega Legos probably started it all. As I grew older, those past times were traded for tree house and snow fort building. I never thought these simple past ...
... by far, the best we've had of all the ports. No surprise knowing the Newfs! Oh, and I met a new member of the Cast of Characters this morning in the buffet line. We'll just call him "Mr. Prune Picker" cause when I was in the buffet area getting my few little breakfast items, he was standing in front of the stewed prunes and picking them out...one by one. Now come on...they are stewed prunes...they're pretty much ALL ALIKE! After a ...
... 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 ...