Comfort Inn Corner Brook
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Corner Brook
Travel Blogs from Corner Brook
After a few wrong turns and misdirections from the map reader we got on the TCH and headed south through moose country. There was even a moose fence along the highway. They have everything except moose. The only wildlife were a couple of frogs, one of which Jenny got and the other she missed. She also missed a squirrel. I am not so keen on squirrels after hearing a conversation from the next camper saying that their tent had a hole in it ...
... to Quebec. We stopped at a beautiful cove with rocks for sand, they also had a babbling brook running down to the sea. Really gorgeous.
There were some cemeteries by the seaside and an abundance of wildflowers and once again washing lines on display for the world to see.
At Cape St George there was a memorial stone explaining how the English came and kicked the Frenchies off and sent them in ships back to England and ...
... Canberra!! I told her that too.
I am driving today as it is mainly highway driving and my passenger isn’t quite as nervous of me behind the wheel on a straight road. Have made it to Tim’s at Deer Lake and only have a few kilometres to go before we get to Corner Brook our destination for two nights. Back to camping.
The heatwave in Newfoundland continues and there are warnings on the radio about the excessive heat. Newfies are not used to temperatures ...
... and travels weekly for medical treatment at Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony. It takes two hours each way from where she lives. She told us that she travels home to Labrador every year to see her mother; the ferry runs all year from Port aux Basques, and seasonally from Sainte Barbe. We stopped in Rocky Harbour and had a brief chat with Carson at Evergreen B&B, and picked up some more bakeapple jam. Our last stop was at Justin Thyme Beans and ...
... was very little to see so I think those on the tour buses would have had a better idea of Newfoundland but they were late back to the ship. Had we thought about it we could have taken our taxi around the island and it would have cost us 75 Canadian dollars which would have been much cheaper than the 100 USA dollars per person the ship was charging and would not have taken so ...