At Wit's Inn
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... Now I am the proud owner of a new camera that is quite a bit bigger than my other one with a much better zoom. I had better see some animals now.
We came back to the hotel and looked like the "Clampett’s" as we brought all our stuff in on the trolleys. We had to box up some things and throw out a heap of stuff that we had collected. Now we are going to go to the airport tomorrow with a suitcase each, a box and another box with the tent in it. We also have ...
... home that was not in our group and in another lane decided, on his own, to take off and cut in front of one of our rigs. Then, once he got on the ship, it was learned that they had a wheel chair (that was why he was in a different staging lane to begin with) and they could not get the wheel chair out of the coach. That required one of our folks, to have to take their towed off, and back up so that they could get the wheel chair out and up the stairs. That ...
... butter. Probably not a healthy alternative.
We bought a family size pack of sushi for lunch which we enjoyed with chopsticks when we got home. We pulled up into the drive and Andrew opened the front door (probably groaning inwardly): "I could've told you this is what it would have been like, and saved you the experience!" We told him we'd had a ball and that grocery shopping had never been so fun!
"Jess has brought home the spoils of war," he said to ...
... we were still waiting on our car key and I put my book that I had been clutching all this time (as on all previous departures and arrivals) down on top of the small bag. When Pete finally got the key, we made our way out to the rental car. It is a black Ford Fusion. Again, the rental company upgraded us from our booking.
Drove to the hotel, which really wasn’t very far at all. It was more roundabout because ...
... stopping at the Railway Museum for an education on the history of rail. We'd learned some of this at The Rooms but the exhibit here is well worth the price of admission.
Next Stop, Signal Hill & Cabot Tower. A fairly clear day, we had great views of the harbour
Hopped back on the bus & headed back to George Street for ...
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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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