Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We're 2 sleeps away from departing for India. The team is selected, the planning is done, flights and hotels are all booked, we all have colourful Indian visas in our passports, team meetings have been held, and hopefully we’re all ready! I still haven’t packed yet though! Everything’s scattered about my living room floor at the moment… That’s tonight’s task!
It’s hard ...
... toilet. If you are in the aisle seat you get bumped by the toilet crowd. Jenny said this wasn't the case in her experience, so we took them. Well, I am afraid I was right, the only difference was the running conversations of the flight attendants. They didn't stop talking all the way.
This place is really old. John Cabot named it in 1497. He was one of Henry 8th's sailors. Apparently, the Norse sailors were here 5 centuries ...
... We left the hairdressers later than expected and headed home. Finally time to get in the dresses! The morning passed in a whirl and before we knew it 1:30pm and the limo came. To the Ramada! We were all a little nervous about that walk down the isle, but everything went well.
Courtney chose the song 'Magic of Love' to walk down the isle to, a beautiful piece with a climax just at the right spot for her to enter on. Ben's face when she walked ...
... at the bar and dinner was excellent.
Great breakfast in the morning . . . Mary was very accommodating, taking into consideration all guests dietary restrictions, preferences, etc. and providing a very filling & yummy feast.
We decided to take the Red Hop On Hop Off bus to see the sights . . . starting at The Rooms, we did a tour of ...
... of 'Holyrood Pond' and Murph was surprised to see it. Normally this area is blanketed in thick fog. I have been so lucky with the weather here. Even the locals were saying what an amazing day it was.
We took another 7 miles of rocky dirt rode down to the 'Cape Pine' lighthouse. This is the most southerly point if the island. We chatted with the keeper and again he postulated what a beautiful day it was. On the way back Murph was hoping to see the ...