St. Christopher's Hotel

146 Caribou Road, Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0M 1C0, Canada | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port aux Basques

Port Aux Basque

A travel blog entry by thejens


... Jennifer Evans's. This comes
to no surprise to Jen as it seems every other person is called Jennifer Evans
at home but this lady came from the states and had never met another with the
same name. What was even funnier when we left the restaurant we realised that
they were driving the same car as us too!

At this stage due to
jet-lag we were still waking up at about 6 am so we decided to get an early
start and make our way up ...

10 days in Newfoundland

A travel blog entry by cheryl99


... a panorama view of St John's, and the incredible protected harbour. We walked around this lake that they call Pond, that is called Quidi Vidi (I ran it the next morning). The pond is where the rowers club practice rowing, a nice walkway all around with some boardwalk/gazebos, they skate on it in the winters, a nice dog park, a dam at the far end. This was too funny, there's a Penetentery the next block over. Both the Pond and Penetentery are a few blocks from ...

St Johns

A travel blog entry by cheryl99


... not everyone in NL has the heavy Newfoundland accent. We're been told that people from the smaller communities have it. This young boy on the ferry coming here had the strongest accent, everyone smiled when he talked.
Haven't had any Internet to send blog... Days later...
Weather has improved, driving around more beautiful small seaside communities. Places with names such as: Deadman's Bay, Ragged Harbour, Nosuch Harbour, Dildo Arm, Old ...

Driving into the sun and the ferry back to NS

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb


... to chat, from Park Rangers to waitresses to shop keepers to fishermen. We learnt so much about NL from these conversations. One of the most memorable was Wayne, the owner of our B&B in Twillingate, who told us on our last day that he had been out fishing, caught some cod and come home to cook it up. He brought some over to the B&B for us to eat, but we were out. What a shame! But this is a good example of Newfies – friendly, kind, proud of where ...

Return to the ferry

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus


... buildings. The only building we went in during the pageant was the Anglican Church.

When the pageant ended we loaded up the Honda and drove to Gambo arriving about 6PM. The Freshwater Inn, owned by Peggy and "Boom", who welcomed us in the driveway. Of all the B&B's we stayed in, Peggy and Boom were the friendliest by far. Boom and I have a lot in common--fishing, and smoking food in a smoker. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 146 Caribou Road, Port aux Basques, is near Cape Ray Lighthouse.
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