Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It seems he had meds that he had to take with food, and my guess is that he is so anal about things, clearly displayed by his fastidious prune picking, that he couldn't do what I would do if I had meds to take with food...I'd just eat my breakfast and return to my cabin and take my pills. I mean really, the meds end up down there with the food anyway. Does it really need to be taken with the food simultaneously?? To each his own! Goodnight ...
... that's why the Union Jack was flying all over town!
After an easy drive down the TransCanada Highway (it was nice to drive on a smooth road with no potholes), we reached St. John's, the capital of Newfoundland and its biggest city. We hoped to see the movie, "The Grand Seduction," which we knew was playing at a local mall. We found the mall easily (what would we do without our TomTom GPS?) where we experienced instant ...
... driven in the countryside and then back home. There were quite a few hiccups but we made it back safely. I have to concentrate all the time trying to remember which side of the road to turn into when coming off another road. Jenny does not make a good passenger and that doesn’t make it any easier.
We headed north today to Pouch Cove. There is settlement all the way up the coast as most of these people can commute into St John’s for work. ...
... had I thought he was going to ask the Cod out on a date.
Then out came the Screech and we had to say the famous words before downing it.
"Deed I is, me Ol cock ! And long may yer big jib draw ! "
Then we downed the 'gasoline in a thimble' and we were handed our certificates for being honorary Newfoundlanders.
The place then emptied out fast and we stayed for a drink or two whilst Jimmy and I air jammed to 'Rush' , slappa da bass!
... to see his house, er shack?? Three of us piled into his skiff and he toured us around outer Quidi Vidi, and Main Quidi Vidi, only yards apart. Wendell is his name, and he took us out the narrow channel to the open Atlantic where we were promptly in 3 - 4 foot seas and big wind. OK, you can turn around now, please. He did of course. Then we made a stop at his "place" and had a look around. Wendell's father was ...