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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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... Newfoundland", we managed to avoid the rains that first day, and made it safely to our first night's lodging at a converted church that is now a great B&B in Cupids, Nfld.
Day 2 took us around the coast and to Harbour Grace, the home airfield of Amelia Urhart, the famous woman pilot, and our colourful cabins lodging at Roaches' Line on the way to the Argentia ferry on day 3.
impressions of my first trip to Newfoundland? Colourful buildings ...
... places here. We had lunch while debating on whether or not to brave the elements. We took the vote and thanks to you and your iceberg veins the vote came in a solid 3 to nothing to just stay on board. The temperature is about 46 and just too cold. It is very overcast too. Probably makes it seem colder than it is. Right here to greet us at the port were two mounted police. Their horses ...
... of course, and it was well worth the extra drive. After some picture taking and talking to other tourists we headed back into Bay Roberts for dinner at Jungle Jim's for our first dinner of cod. Upon returning to our parking lot sites, Jim fashioned a fire pit (there wasn't one provided) and proceeded to build us a fire for our first spider dogs. While enjoying our campfire our host, Ernie, dropped by. We figured now would be a good time to pay the man. He ...
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... many times someone coming to him with a project, something he’d never done before - “Carl, can you build me a brick chimney?” And he’d warn them, “I’ve never done it before, but I’m willing to try if you want.” And, once his first one turned out fine, others jumped on board and he soon had a dozen under his belt.
My role ...