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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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... of the Trans Canada Highway (in September 2014, I was at "Mile 0" in Victoria, British Columbia).
We have finally reached our Eastern Canada goal of St. John's Newfoundland and Mike and I reflected back on our motorcycling history since 1968. We have now, both of us, ridden motorcycles in all of the 10 Canadian provinces, and in 9 of those we have ridden together - a great accomplishment of a ...
... located underground in some of the world’s oldest rocks and minerals. The Rooms is a modern museum, art gallery and archive built on the site of Fort Townsend, one of the largest British fortifications in North America of the 18th century.
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... that they were good friends with her cousin, Sharon, who put together the Parsons' family reunion back in July in Colleen's hometown. (For the record, we've seen many businesses with the name of Parsons here in Newfoundland.) Another chance meeting that makes us feel like we're part of a community here!
We got another shout-out today when we were stopped at a red light and a construction worker yelled, "Hey Nevada!" and then gave us a great big smile!
... in off the sea and we all wished we'd brought a 'sweater'! Next was Cape Spear, arguably the most easterly point of the world. Or so said A . Alison. The fog by that point meant we could've been at any old place, not the 'edge of the world' - it was hard to see further than a few meters. I got a photo nonetheless!
We headed home and played a hilarious board game called Quelf, before tea ('supper'). This use of 'supper' is one atrocity in ...
... to go for a walk around the lake behind the house and over to the cemetery. Never seen headstones covered in snow before. I also saw a few houses and cars completely snowed in. On the TV today it said -9 degrees. I really felt it when I went for my walk this afternoon. I did only have my 1/2 gloves on. My face was so cold I could hardly speak. Still enjoying the ...