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TravelPod Member ReviewsAt Wit's Inn St. John's
Such a beautiful B&B - a gorgeous home with beautiful woodwork, staircase and amenities. Everything is lovely here - the art, the home itself, the beds and oh, what a delicious breakfast! Within easy walking distance of the downtown area, this is an excellent spot to stay while exploring everything that St. John's has to offer. Wished we could have stayed longer.
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... is a little sheltered corner of the east coast, with a glimpse of the Atlantic Ocean from inside "The Gut", which is what the harbour is known as. The village is also home to Newfoundland's largest microbrewery, the Quidi Vidi Brewing Company. They brew "Iceburg" beer which I am becoming quite fond of. We walked through the village in 5 minutes flat and then decided to hike some of the trails. I didn't realize how out of shape I was in until ...
... he made it back over the upper river. Well kind of, he took a dunk and got himself wet. I was nervous at one point because I had him on a leash. After he dunked himself, he quickly got to other side and the leash was fully extended, pulling me with it. I wasn't balanced correctly to continue, so I just let go of the leash. While we were at Signal Hill, there were people firing cannons and marching. Other than that, what mom said. :) ...
... was one big sea of all types of birds and could you ever smell it too, haha.
We left there in such good spirits and headed on to Signal Hill and that was also a fantastic view too.
The day was just so great, I must say this was the highlight of Newfoundland for me and I also think for Greg too, but we are heading back and hiking Gros Morne for 3 days so who knows...
We then returned to the campground, walked Molly, got a bite to eat, and headed out with the Lynches, Kalins, Furgesons, and Collards to explore some more.
First order of business was to go back to Quidi Vidi and the brewery to sample some of their Iceberg beer. Of course, we were "forced" to sit out back of the brewery, on the dock, looking out on the harbor. The weather could not have been better for sipping a ...
Woke up to the rain still coming down.. Luckily for us it was letting up and after giving it another half an hour it had stopped! We timed our walk along the 1km trail out to the gannets perfectly as the sun came out and helped us to get some nice clear photos of all the gannets and we could even see there brand new babies. We had about 10 minutes or just a little longer before the fog came up over ...