St. Christopher's Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Port aux Basques
... he retired, but he must have made doghouses. Art just walks in without knocking, and turns off the lights saying. "well now Skippy we don't need these lights on in here!" We have one egg for bfast with toast and coffee. Lee goes down first and Art gives him hell for wearing his boots in the house. Telling him "if we all wear our shoes in the house pretty soon the outdoors would be indoors!" Unknowingly I do the same. Art says " now Skippy you ...
... I get a Z-pack of antibiotics and some steroids and a few over the counter drugs so I can sleep. We get on the road again and make it to Deer Lake just after a nice sunset. I'm spent, ache, and with sore muscles from coughing, and need to rest. We can't find a room as everyone is full. Finally Lee finds a loft with two beds. A bowl of turkey soup and off we go. 405 miles today, a nice day of weather but I had to cowboy up to make it through this ...
... back to talk to Sheila
She had $15 on her. Now we are up to $55. Still $10 short. By this time, I’m getting upset. Sheila checked her change purse, she had some more change but we were still not at $65. Then we had the idea to raid our laundry change. Yes, we came up with $65 Canadian. We were left with a measly 32 cents. This kind of reminded me of a situation I had when I was just a kid. I ordered some food ...
... weather up here is definitely colder than we are used to. The wind was quite brisk coming off the water. Our mission was to get lunch before the lighthouse. We saw lunchtime rapidly approach and then quickly past. On our way to the lighthouse there was not one restaurant. The only thing I seen was a General Store that sold groceries, lawn mowers, and string trimmers. So after the bust at the lighthouse, we headed towards our campground. Low and ...
... delayed by one hour. I have to admit it was a nice ride over to Newfoundland. I went up to the outside deck a few times. Some folks claimed they saw a whale, I didn’t see anything but seagulls. We arrived in Newfoundland at 7:15pm. Newfoundland time is a half hour ahead of Nova Scotia. When you add the hours, it totals nine hours of Mousse being in his "Slammer" without any potty breaks. As soon as we got on Route 1, we pulled over and ...