Comfort Inn Corner Brook
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Corner Brook
... it didn't sail until 5:00 PM. We finally got to the port a little after 1:00 PM and the big check-in rush was already over. There were no lines, we got checked in quickly and were able to go right to our cabin. We booked a cabin low (on deck 4) and just forward of the rear bank of elevators (which is really handy). We found that these low and center to rear cabins have the least amount of movement when the seas are rough. On our last cruise Karl was able to manage well ...
... him in Vermont and
accompany him on a Business trip to Montreal.......
She had no idea that we would be in Montreal, and thanks to Don, we were able to Surprise her and have both lunch and dinner with them. Always great to see Family!
Corner Brook, Newfoundland, was quaint and quiet, especially after the Big-City-Bustle of
Montreal. Off to Greenland!
... They are the remains of a 300 million year old tropical forest.
We passed through Port au Port where there is a long strip of land that connects the town to the island. Along this coast the grass is the greenest and the wildflowers are abundant. It is sheltered from the northern winds and is just beautiful. The escarpments are high and look fairly rugged.
At Boutte Du Cap there was a monument commemorating the Arcadians arrival on ...
... on the edge of Toronto rather than way out in the middle of nowhere. I guess I am used to Windsor and St. Catharines which are border cities and tend to expect many to simply cross the border to shop and be entertained. Here, one is isolated so a town like Corner Brook has to offer everything - there is no where else to go.
We continued for another half hour and found our destination, Deer Lake. The actual lake is a good ...
... for Moose protection.
Back at the hotel I was unpacking stuff and a guy next to me got out of his truck, walked over to the bushes, had a **** then walked into the hotel and proceeded to put his ***** fingers all over the elevator buttons. And there be a lesson for you. Use your knuckles when pressing buttons. You don't know where other peoples fingers have been.
There are some strange folk in Newfoundland.