At Wit's Inn
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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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... round it and a mass of small fishing boats.
The town is spread round the natural harbour, a few streets deep, climbing up the steep hills which surround the town.
It is a mix of the new and old colonial style clapper board houses painted in strong hues, which are very pretty. A little like San Francisco, but on a smaller ...
... the slow pace we've been enjoying the past few weeks.
We can highly recommend The Grand Seduction. Along with the rest of the audience, the movie had us laughing out loud along with the rest of the audience. Shot mainly in the harbor of New Bonaventure where we took our boat tour a few days ago, the movie felt very personal to us as we watched it on the big screen (especially so since our guide had given us some inside ...
... is mainly smallish pine trees that would make great Xmas trees, and rugged coast. There were no lighthouses or pretty jelly bean houses.
The only interesting things were the capelin fish we found, beaching themselves at Pouch Cove. They come in to spawn and then can’t get back out again. They are only a small fish and were collected by the bucketfuls when they landed.
We came back down the peninsula through Portugal Cove which had ...
... headed home and I spent a while packing up my suitcase which had somehow exploded all over the basement (don't know how that happened?!).
All the other visitors met at Andrew & Julia's house and we drove to Cape Spear, which some of the other Australians wanted to see. There were a few varieties of Stone - Courtney's relatives, Andrew Ackerman from NZ, Tim Cresswel, Aunty Jules & Shelly, Jess Short, Laura Cooper Hannah Keating, ...
... that may sound boring but I think it is more of an achievement- I am actually living in another country. There is a lot of pressure for a study abroad exchange to be jam packed with adventure and new experiences every day but that is not realistic. That being said, I have had some time to enjoy my temporary home. I spent a Saturday a few weeks ago at the Rooms. The Rooms is a museum which features many different exhibitions and has a spectacular view of ...