Sunset Bed & Breakfast

Address: 14 Church St., Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0G 2S0 , Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Church St., Twillingate.
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    A travel blog entry by bistromath on Jul 05, 2015

    ... like a fellow that would be nice to chat to. However we did manage to get reservations at a nearby restaurant that served moose (and had it on for that night). Very happy about that, been too long but as good as I remember. Also got to explain to our server (since he asked) about where we are 'from' (it is complex; until we get to Australia, explaining our situation to border guards continues to be interesting). Tomorrow is our last full day in Newfoundland :(

    Twiddling our thumbs in Twillingate

    A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 12, 2014

    20 photos

    ... spoke with the church minister (we assume it was her, as she parked in the allotted space), making sure it was OK to stay in their parking lot. "Oh sure, no problem, stay as long as you want," she said. This town has made our stay here easy, as it has a free dump (I know, terrible word) and a water fill station (which even the locals use) which lets us take showers. Yesterday we talked to a man who lives here, but works in Alberta - that's where the jobs are now since the ...

    Drizzle was just fine on Bonavista

    A travel blog entry by tipep on Aug 12, 2014

    79 photos

    ... trails that exist here, including the spectacular Skerwink trail and the Fox Island hike. We strolled around the picturesque little village of Trinity, drove out to its lighthouse, learned about the plight of the cod fishermen in Bonavista and witnessed a carboard box boat race in the nearby fishing community of Champney's ...

    Like Watching Paint Dry

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jul 28, 2014

    5 comments, 39 photos

    ... diners as they all look pretty ordinary to me and it is freaking me out eating all this fat food. I wish that I had a bit of self control. There is very little choice out here. There is an absence of fresh fruit and vegies in the shops. There are some there but they are nowhere near as inviting as the ones that are in the supermarkets in the bigger towns.The diner ended up being quite a good choice as it overlooked the harbour and was quite spacious. The food ...

    Viewing the Icebergs

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jul 26, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Gros Morne park certainly ranks with Algonquin. It has history and culture, its own music and beer. Their rum is called 'screech' and their dialect is similar to that of rural northern ontario. The people are courteous and friendly but - and this is outside of St. Johns and Cornerbrook - they seem to have a natural distrust for anything new or different, anything sophisticated or 'city' like. And a 'city' person is anyone from an area of more ...