Comfort Inn Corner Brook
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Corner Brook
Travel Blogs from Corner Brook
... because it is outside of town and we were on foot. In fact, we didn't see much; we started to walk into the town, and met returning passengers who advised us to skip the rest of the walk, for lack of things to see or do!
We are at the eastern edge of the St. Lawrence Seaway at this point, almost to the Atlantic. Newfoundland is an island, and since 2001 has become part of the province ...
... at last succumbed to comfort and bought a lilo to sleep on. Her mattress just isn’t thick enough. I don’t know how she has lasted this long as it look mightily uncomfortable to me. I tried one in the camping shop before I came and I knew it wasn’t enough for me.
I was craving sausages so we got some bacon, sausages, and a salad for dinner. Jenny cooked it when we come home. It was great and all finished by 6 o’clock. ...
... of restaurants called" Mary Brown’s Chicken and Taters”. They have been everywhere and we can’t remember seeing them last time we were in Canada. It is just like Kentucky only worse. I won’t be going there again as the taters were just wedges.
Jenny has settled into bed as it is still raining lightly so we can’t sit outside. I am sitting it the car but I can’t get internet access so I might have to get out as Jenny got it before at the park ...
As per usual we were behind schedule and so arrived in Cornerbrook, Newfoundland just after lunch instead of early in the morning. The delay had been due to fog which had slowed our speed. Mother Nature has certainly intervened frequently on this trip. It was drizzly and rainy when we arrived but brightened up later and the sun came out in the afternoon. Most passengers went ...
... by his house so it would've been rude not to pop in. We climbed the steep stairs and got accosted by the yapping dogs. We met Jon and his wife Annette and got invited in for a brew. Jon is English so he must know how to make a decent cup of 'Rosy Lee'. He's an interesting guy who came over from Kent to study and help the Inuit in Labrador.
We chatted for about an hour but it was dark so we had to make a move. It isn't a good idea being on ...