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... try to arrange some tours. The itinerary of this cruise includes stops in England, Ireland, Scotland, Paris, Norway, and Iceland with a last stop in St. John's, Nfld, before finishing up in New York City. A couple of the ports of call are ones that we've already been to. Belfast is one that we've seen and done all that we care to see and do as tourists there. Fortunately my good friend Stuart is picking us up to take us out to visit the McLaughlin's for the day. The other stop ...
... ages wasn't turning out to be very fruitful in the way of scenery so we ditched it and got on the 114/121.
The trees are still pretty though in their fall colours as was the sky around 'Norton' with it's scaly look. Always reminds me of the roof of my mouth.
Spent the night in the industrial town of Saint John. Not to be confused with St John's. (Which ****** certain people off).
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... season before leaving. Who could go on holiday wondering if Lady Mary had a girl or a boy? Or if Bates got released from prison? Not us for certain. But it was such an unexpected end to an unbelievable season. I mean really...Sybil AND Matthew! I'm sure we'll be over the devastation by Friday and ready to start our long journey from Saint John to Venice, via Halifax, London Heathrow and Dusseldorf, Germany. The answer to your ...
... Magnetic Hill", a local oddity. You pull your car up to the top of a hill, drive down to a white post on the roadside, put your car in neutral with brakes off, and you get pulled uphill.
After magnetic hill, we both hitched up and drove to Pocologan. This afternoon we drove back a few miles to see St. John, NB. The big draw here is the "reversing falls", a series of rapids on the Saint ...
... It's a bit of an engineering marvel, being nearly 13 km long and connecting P.E.I to the mainland for the first time by something other than ferry or plane. It's the longest of its kind in the world spanning sometimes ice-covered water. After four years of construction, using more than 5000 local workers, the bridge was opened in May 1997, at a cost of one billion dollars to build. It's a means of providing year round easy access to the island, and has had a ...