The Irving West

1 Caldwell Street, Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1V 1T6, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gander

6th, 7th & 8th night NL

A travel blog entry by kerryanddee

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... on down the trail to a cozy motel. It's all part of the adventure. Had to stick around for 3 days in total, waiting for new tires for the RZR. We had a look at the crash site memorial where a DC8 went down in Dec 1985. One of the biggest airplane crashes in Canada's history: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrow_Air_ ...

Gander

A travel blog entry by pierrette5

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... Lookout, named for Joe Smallwood, first Premier of Nfld, shows vistas of the town of Gambo and surrounding area! It was time to do laundry so we settled in early at the Shriner's RV Park in Eastport! Couldn't get our fridge to light on propane so we'll have to find an RV repair shop to try and get it fixed before going up to Bonavista. We may have to dry camp for a few ...

Barachois to Gander

A travel blog entry by marty_sk

It's mid morning by the time I've packed up camp and made it back to the bike after spending last night on top of Erin Mountain. A long ride takes me through Corner Brook, Deer Lake, Springdale and Grand Falls-Windsor. With 350km left to St Johns I take a small road off Highway 1 towards a lake to find a place to camp. It's a winning decision as I find an amazing little marina at the end of a dirt road. I set up camp in a sheltered spot overlooking the ...

Let's take a gander of Gander, NL

A travel blog entry by craig.d.work

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Today was a relatively short drive to the Corner brook/Marble Mtn. area of the province. Our first mission was to find some waterfalls. Instead we found a grocery store (and a bevy store, and as Jenny would mention, we took the long way).

Not long down the road we found success. A short hike away were the Steady Brook Falls! These were 30m tall with the top half a ...

So excited...yet so nervous!

A travel blog entry by sshangau

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Ok...so I wasn't planning on starting a blog, mainly because after working all year editing all kinds of papers and writing stacks and stacks of documents, I'm a little burnt out. It's been crazy busy at work, especially the last two weeks and I've had little to no time to do any research on our destination. Thank God for Shelley and Janet. They are keeping me organized! Plus, we've been living in our dining room for ...

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This hotel is located on 1 Caldwell Street, Gander.
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