Ed’s Cruise from London to New York on the Silversea Whisper – Part 6

Halifax – Oct 8

Named one of the Top 10 Global DESTINATIONS ON THE RISE in TripAdvisor’s 2018 Travelers’ Choice Awards – everyone’s talking about Halifax.  There’s just something perfectly endearing about Halifax.

I think it’s the bustling waterfront and the fact that the city is steeped in history at every turn. Whatever it is, Halifax has come a long way since its early days as a trading hub on the Atlantic, and has been charming visitors with its east coast hospitality ever since.  There are craft breweries and trendy restaurants and bistros galore, especially around the harbor area.

We honeymooned in Halifax and Nova Scotia 39 years ago and it has really changed.  We started our visit with a walk down the lengthy boardwalk along the harbor.  It reminded us a lot of Vancouver’s waterfront with it’s plethora of sailboats, restaurants and bars.  We were lucky to have a warm sunny day which made the walk most enjoyable.  The only issue we had was that Karen was stung by a wasp on the neck which proved to be very painful.  Thankfully she is not allergic, and we continued our walk.

The last steps portal is in memory of over 350,00 of troops called to action during the course of WWI that sailed away from this port.  Some 67,000 never returned.  For these heroes, these would have been the last steps on Canadian soil before they sailed away and watched the Port of Halifax disappear behind them.

Then up the hill and there perched atop the grassy hillock looming over town, is this star-shaped fort that played a key role in Halifax’s founding. Construction on the Citadel Hill National Historic began in 1749; the current citadel is the fourth, built from 1818 to 1861. The grounds and battlements inside the fort are open year-round, and we could visit the barracks, the guards’ room, the signal post, the engineer’s store and the gunpowder magazines.   The view from the top is amazing but the landscape has certainly changed as I remember.

At the pier is housed the Halifax Seaport Farmer’s Market.  Although it has operated in several locations since its inception in 1750, what’s now known as the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market (in its present location since 2010) is North America’s longest continuously operating market. With more than 250 local vendors from a province that prides itself on strong farm-to-table and maritime traditions.

Next stop was the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. There’s an argument that this dockside museum is Canada’s most important institution. Between 1928 and 1971, Pier 21 was the Canadian version of the USA’s Ellis Island, where all prospective immigrants arrived. More than a million people passed through these red-brick halls, and it’s an emotional experience to walk through the very same doorways where refugees from across the globe began new lives.

Our hope was to get some information on the immigration of Karen’s Grandparents on her father’s side.  With the help of their wonderful and knowledgeable staff, we were able to locate the date of departure July 29, 1927 from Liverpool on a ship called the Megantic.  We were able to get a copy of the page of the ship’s passenger’s list showing their information as well as a picture of their ship and port of arrival information.  I think that actually made our stop in Halifax very special!  In looking at the information, their ship was half the Gross Tonnage of our ship and while our ship holds a mere 382 passengers, their ship held 1660 passengers!

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Our final stop of the day was at the Alexander Keith’s Brewery.  I had expected a chance to sit and sample some of their wares (for the appropriate cost) but their store front was very anticlimactic.  They wanted approximately $26 per person for a tour and perhaps that included some sampling, but I just wasn’t that interested.

That’s it for our stop in Halifax.  Thanks for reading along.  Our next port is Boston and we are looking forward to experiencing at least a small part of BeanTown.

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Ed’s Cruise from London to New York on the Silversea Whisper – Part 5

 Sydney, Nova Scotia – Oct 7, 2019

Small, but with plenty of character, Sydney is best known as the gateway to Cape Breton Island, in north-eastern Nova Scotia.  We docked right on the waterfront at the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion offering shopping boutiques, art gallery, craft market and a bar.  Right outside quayside is a giant sculpture of a fiddle.

We opted for a lovely walk along their boardwalk before going to the historic part of Sydney.  This was founded by the Loyalists during the American Revolution and still contains six buildings that are still standing built in the late 1700’s and a couple in the turn of the 19th century.

We did go into the Jost House Museum, one of the buildings built in the late 1700’s.  Thomas Jost, a Halifax merchant bought the property in 1836 and his descendants remained there until 1971.  In the early 1900’s the roof was raised, and the second floor extended to include bedrooms and a bath.

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Since we only had a few hours in Sydney (all we really needed), we walked back to the ship, again on the boardwalk in time for lunch and sail away.

Next stop…Halifax, Nova Scotia!

Ed’s Cruise from London to New York on the Silversea Whisper – Part 3

Land Ho!  St John’s, Newfoundland

After 5 rather turbulent days on the Atlantic avoiding Hurricane Lorenzo, we docked in St John’s, Newfoundland!  Not that we didn’t enjoy our sea days because we did, even though the ship was rocking and rolling.  What’s not to like having all your meals prepared, your room cleaned, beds made and nightly entertainment!  We also enjoyed cooking classes, on board lecturers and a wide variety of premium cocktails and wines!

The above was at The Grill, outdoor dining on Hot Stones.

St. John’s, Newfoundland:  The beauty of arriving at St John’s is that the ship docks right downtown.  For more than 500 years, St. John’s has been visited by European explorers, adventurers, soldiers and pirates.  St John’s, the provincial capital, is the economic and cultural centre for Newfoundland and Labrador.

It was first discovered in 1497 by John Cabot and later claimed as the first permanent settlement in North America for the British Empire by Sir Humphrey Gilbert.  St. John’s has a rich and colourful history.  It offers an enticing combination of old world charm, unique architectural, historic and natural attractions, top notch facilities and services and is located in close proximity to spectacular coastlines, historic villages and a diverse selection of wildlife.

Our ship arrived a day earlier than planned as we had to miss our stop in Ireland.  Once docked we headed out.  Downtown St. John’s is truly one of the most unique destinations you will ever visit.  A place where old world charm mixes with a bustling business core in the oldest commercial district in North America.  Downtown offers historic churches, art galleries and museums, pubs and more pubs!  On George St, just a couple of blocks from the ship, there are more drinking establishments per square foot than anywhere else in North America.  So, off we go in search of some local brew and music.  We found it at Kelly’s Pub where we had to have a beer and listen to the wonderful local music.  The beer we had was called Iceberg Beer brewed by the Quidi Vidi Brewing Company.  They actually use chips from Icebergs to make the beer.  Apparently, the ice is formed tens of thousands of years ago from compacted snow. That means there are no minerals and lots of tiny bubbles trapped inside. They say “it gives the golden beer a special, very light taste.”

St. John’s has been the site of several significant modern events.  Marconi made the first reception of radio signals from across the Atlantic in 1901 on Signal Hill, above the harbor.  Cabot Tower on Signal Hill is the last North American landmark sighted by Charles Lindberg on his famous solo flight across the Atlantic in 1927 as St.John’s is located further east than any other city in North America.

This is where we started our Coastal Hike shore excursion.  While it was cold (5 C) and a bit windy, the hike was exceptional.  A school bus took us up to the top of Signal Hill.  The hike  is an awesome way to return to downtown along the 1.7km North Head Trail, which connects Cabot Tower with the harborfront Battery neighborhood. The walk departs from the tower’s parking lot and traces the cliffs, imparting tremendous sea views.

The Battery is a small neighbourhood that sits on the entrance to the harbour located on the slopes of Signal Hill. It is sometimes described as an outport within the city. The area is noted for its steep slopes, colourful houses, and its importance as a battery for the defense of St. John’s Harbour in both World Wars.

The Battery is home to Chain Rock, a land outcropping to which a large chain and anti-submarine boom were attached connecting to Fort Amherst in order to prevent the entry of German U-boats into the harbour during World War II. Chain Rock is one of two rocks located on opposite sides of the Narrows, Chain Rock on the battery side and Pancake Rock on the opposite. The space between the two rocks is 174 metres. Chain Rock and Pancake Rock were used as early as 1770 where a defensive chain was stretched between both rocks at nightfall to prevent illegal entry of enemy ships. During World War I the chain was replaced with anti-submarine nets.

After returning to the ship for lunch, we wandered out again to explore some of the colourful sites of the city.  One of the main attractions is the Basillica of St. John the Baptist.  It’s located on Military Road, with a fine view over the Narrows and is claimed to be Newfoundland’s architecturally most important    building built between 1842-92. It is built in the form of a Latin cross and graced by slender twin towers 46 meters high and is noted for some fine statues and its beautiful ornate gold leaf ceiling.

The thing that stuck me as being beautiful throughout the city is the lively, colourful way the houses are painted.  Every street is like a painter’s palette of colour.  Not sure how they decide on the colours or how they are mandated to have to paint the houses but it is certainly unique and beautiful

That’s it from St John’s.  Hope you saw how beautiful this city is.  I appreciate you reading along.  Next stop is St Pierre et Miquelon!

We Love Canada!

Working in the travel industry our team has plenty of opportunity to explore the world around us.   We LOVE hopping on a plane and discovering new international destinations to share with our clients.   As much as we love having overseas adventures, we also take the time to explore and appreciate our world here at home.  Whether it’s a short drive from our homes or across the country, there is SO MUCH to explore right here at home.

In honor of Canada’s 150th birthday this year, we took the time to write about some of our favorite moments and places around the country and wanted to share them with you.

Ile-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec
Amanda Campbell – Leisure Travel Consultant

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“I went to Ile-de-la-Madeleine for a French workshop in July a few years ago.  I flew to Charlottetown, and then took the ferry across to the island.  It was beautiful.  All hilly and the ocean was great. You had to be careful as there were jellyfish in the ocean.  I went canoeing with our group into little inlets and caves.  It was really neat.

The people all speak French there are it’s a Quebec island.  The harbor/boardwalk has lots of little shops and restaurants.  The souvenirs were so unique at that time, such as soap that looked like a Neapolitan Fudgsicle.  They had a little aquarium there with a seal, and many other little local marine life.  There were excursions that you could go swim with the seals in the ocean.  It was a great experience.”

 

Vancouver, British Columbia
Helen Klassen – Corporate Travel Consultant

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“I am always amazed by the beauty of B.C. My last trip was to the incredible city of Vancouver where you can experience the ocean, mountains and forests.”

Rocky Mountains, Alberta
Joanne Pidwerbetsky – Leisure Travel Consultant

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“What could be better than biking in the Rockies, definitely a work out!!!”

Calgary, Alberta
Heather Peters – Marketing Coordinator

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“For me, a very special trip within Canada was quite a few years ago when I had the opportunity to truly experience Calgary with one of my oldest friends.   We did a ton of shopping, visited the Olympic park (and did some bobsledding!), participated in the white hat ceremony tradition, had mind blowing meals and so much more.   I had never had a reason to visit Calgary (other than the airport of course) and this weekend getaway completely exceeded my expectations of the city.  Take the time to visit Calgary as a tourist and you’ll be pleasantly surprised!”

 

Southern Saskatchewan
Marcy Melnyk – Corporate Travel Consultant

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“Beautiful, pristine and serene Saskatchewan landscapes!”

Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan
Charles Street – Administration

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“Coming from the coast, I missed being in close proximity to the water. This made it all the greater when we decided to gather the extended family and take a trip over to Manitou Beach for a day of BBQ, games and lakeside relaxation.”

 

Stanley Park, British Columbia
Czarina Sastaunik – Leisure Manager

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“Nothing beats amazing views of the gorgeous Pacific Ocean, bordered by beautiful Stanley Park.  The Vancouver Seawall is an absolute favorite of mine.  Can’t wait to go back!”

 

Kelowna, British Columbia
Annette Frey – Corporate Travel Consultant

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“One of my favorite places to go is Kelowna.  They have wonderful wines and beautiful weather.”

Newfoundland
Colleen Lorenzen – Operations Manager

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“Our best trip in Canada would have been our trip to Newfoundland.  We had the opportunity to visit the Viking settlement at L’Anse aux Meadows on the western coast of Newfoundland.  It is a National Historic Site and the village has been rebuilt as it would have been at the time.  The best part is the actors that work there that are dressed in period costumes and play the part of Vikings as they would have lived then.  The interaction with them can be very interesting and funny.  I hope you take the opportunity to visit Newfoundland soon.  You won’t be disappointed. “

 

Northern Saskatchewan
Karen Katelnikoff – Leisure Travel Consultant

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My favorite Canadian trip is the one I take almost every weekend in the summer, to the lake. The lake gives me the same feeling of refreshment as travel does. We don’t always have the time to take long vacations but it sure it great to have a weekend escape. There is nothing like gathering the family and hitting the highway. The best part about our campsite is that our phones don’t have the best reception. It is just like going on a big trip, the phones get left at the door and we can have fun together. Every day can be what we choose. It can be a day of adventure with water sports and fishing or a day of leisure on the beach or by the campfire.”

 

Cape Breton Island
Jamie Milton – Managing Partner

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I love our home country of Canada and as much as I enjoy traveling the world, I am a big advocate for also seeing our own beautiful Country from coast to coast.  One of my favorite places is Cape Breton Island – it is almost like traveling to another world.  From small town kitchen parties and Ceilidh with folk singing and dancing… to unbelievable drives with incredible vistas and the freshest of seafood – this friendly place quickly makes you feel at home.  One of my fondest memories is meandering our way along the Cabbot Trail with a 3 year old in tow…we took our time stopping for hikes and fishing and to play at the beach.  Don’t forget to stop at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum to fly a kite and explore the picturesque town of Baddeck!  It’s a place where you need to take your time and get into the local’s easy pace of enjoying life and each other’s company.  I am looking forward to returning one day soon!”

Regina, Saskatchewan
Elena Kube – Corporate Travel Consultant

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“Saskatoon Valkyries vs. the Regina Women’s Tackle Football team of the WWCFL”

 

Revelstoke, British Columbia
Casie Schmidt – Leisure Travel Consultant

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“Road trips are my favorite! Yes, flying to places gets you there faster but I enjoy the journey getting to the destination. I have family that live in Revelstoke and I hadn’t been out there in about fifteen years so I thought it was time I went for a visit. Plus I wanted to go snowboarding and my auntie lives 5 minutes from the mountain, win, win! My friend and I drove to Calgary and spent the night there then snowboarded at Lake Louise before heading to our final destination. Between Golden and Revelstoke travel was not recommended. We decided to still go anyway just taking it slow. It may have been one of the scariest drives of my life but definitely worth it! We snowboarded two days and one of them I even got to enjoy with my cousins. Revelstoke is my favorite mountain so far and I highly recommend it if you ski or snowboard.”

 

Prince Edward Island
Debra Michell – Accountant

Prince Edward Island

“I’ve dipped my toes in the water from coast to coast, Vancouver Island to PEI, and in the southern most point of Canada at Point Pelee National Park, ON.  One of my favorite “Canada trips” has to be PEI.  Staying in Charlottetown and driving around the Island, Anne of Green Gables, the fall foliage, the red sand beaches, coming across a closed lighthouse but the owner just gave us the keys and said bring them back when you are done exploring … everything about this trip was fantastic!”

 

Spy Hill, Saskatchewan
Correna Tymchen – Leisure Supervisor

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“We made the long trek from Saskatoon to Spy Hill, this trip by car is about 4.5 hours each way.  Did you know in the time it takes me to drive to Spy Hill I could have flown to Puerto Vallarta? Just saying!

We made the trip to Spy Hill to help our mom get her yard ready for the winter, pull out the garden mow the grass and put away all her summer yard stuff.  Well, all of a sudden I heard this horrendous scream and seen my sister freaking out, she had seen a little tiny garder snake.  I then see my mom with the garden hoe swinging at the ground like a mad women, I go over to see what the heck was going on and tried to stop mom from committing murder as I could have moved the snake to the field behind the house.  As you can tell in the photo above sadly I was too late.  RIP Hisssss!”

 

Moraine Lake – Alberta
Kyra December – Leisure Travel Consultant

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“In summer last year, my boyfriend and I took a road trip to Edmonton, Banff, and then camped at Anglin Lake, Saskatchewan.  First stop was Edmonton to enjoy some retail therapy at the West Edmonton Mall and meet up with some friends for some great food.  After spending two days in Edmonton, we decided to head on over to Banff to see Moraine Lake and Lake Louise. This was both our first times visiting both these lakes and they are both beautiful with my favorite being Moraine Lake.  We spent one night in Canmore to be close to Banff so that we could visit Banff a couple times before heading back to Saskatchewan to finish our road trip with some camping at Anglin Lake.  We tented and enjoyed some campfires, fishing, walking and just relaxing.  This road trip was my favorite Canada travel so far and I plan to venture further out in our beautiful country!”

 

Johnston Canyon – Banff National Park
Stephanie Afseth – Leisure Travel Consultant
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“My favorite Canada memory is hiking Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park. The first time I went, my husband and I were just dating and we found this beautiful waterfall. I told him that I wanted to be proposed to under this waterfall. Well, it didn’t happen but we went back to Johnston Canyon the year after we got married and hiked back down to the same waterfall. It’s off the main path, so no one else was down there. It was just us and the roar of the water.”

To see more of our Canada travel photos check out our video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFt6wWmPhRc

What is your favourite Canada travel moment?   We would love hear from you!

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Bonnie Scotland with Correna – Part 1

March 7 2017

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My plane finally appeared through the blizzard at YXE

 

What a stormy winter day, I am guessing that Mother Nature didn’t know that I was supposed to be leaving this morning for Scotland.  My flight was scheduled for 11:20 but since they were concerned with planes landing because of the wind we were delayed about an hour.

The flight from Saskatoon to Toronto was pretty uneventful.  I have never flown out of Toronto before for an international flight so I did walk around a bit before heading to the Maple Leaf Lounge.  By the way the tomato red pepper soup was delish!

 

This was a huge trip for me as I have never been across the Atlantic.  With all my traveling it just hasn’t happened before.  My flight from Toronto to London Heathrow wasn’t too bad; we did have quite a bit of turbulence but just shut your eyes and hang on.  I did get a bit of sleep which made the flight much better.  Since I have never been to the UK before, I had to get myself around Heathrow Airport.  It was nowhere near as bad as I thought it was going to be.  I had to transfer from terminal 2 to 5 but there were signs everywhere and I have no problems asking for help if I need it.  The flight from Heathrow to Glasgow was another story.  There was a problem with the fuel gauge so it took them just about an hour to get the all clear.  Since the flight was sold out, I had the lovely middle seat and we just sat and waited for the hour to get going. Oh, I just about forgot that there was a footy team on our flight so it was like peddle to the metal to get them to Glasgow to get to their game.  Again turbulence and not a happy tummy, on the bright side my ear problems weren’t an issue at all!

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Of course I had to stop at the Harry Potter Shop in London Heathrow Airport! 

Celebrating 2016

2016 has been a year full amazing travel experiences and adventures.   We thought we would share some of our favourite personal travel moments with you.   This is such an amazing world we live in and we are so happy that we get to share it with you!

Karen’s Visit to Club Villain at Walt Disney World

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“The one thing I have learned about Disney from my past trips is to never pass up a special ticket event. My favorite that I have been to so far is Club Villain. There is themed food and cocktails. A Dj and his dancers entertained us throughout the evening. We were given an opportunity to socialize with several diva Villains. There were no lines awaiting you to meet up with Maleficent, the Queen of Hearts, Cruela De Vil and the Evil Queen.  This is an event not to miss!”

Amanda’s Jamaican Vacation

“Beautiful water and great weather.  The Jamaican people are the friendliest and most accommodating I’ve ever been around.”

Correna’s Search for Charlie Brown in Hong Kong

“My great adventure in Hong Kong began when I tried to locate this Charlie Brown Café in downtown Hong Kong.  One piece of advice, do not think you can get by with land marks in Hong Kong.  There just happens to be a Rolex store on every block!   It was well worth the search!”

Casie’s Trip to Puerto Vallarta

“It’s fabulous”

Joanne’s Blue Lagoon Plunge in Iceland

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“Iceland is the perfect destination or people looking for the unexpected.  It has something for everybody.  I was lucky enough to experience the Aurora Borealis, take in geysers and glaciers and bath in the Blue Lagoon.”

Jamie’s Family Vacation to Kauai

“Kauai Hawaii. Land of flowers, sunny beaches and Jurassic Park movies. Poipu had perfect weather and we loved the quiet, laid back feel of this Island. “

Elena’s Romantic European River Cruise

“Life on the ship is amazing.  They say food fills the soul, well your belly will be happy also.  I went on the galley tour while on board. For a kitchen so small the meals are impressive. No soup or dressings are made from powders or pre-made starters, everything is from whole natural foods, it’s evident in every bite.

The cabins are comfortable and take your breath away.  I highly recommend paying the extra to upgrade your cabin from the lead in category. You may not think you’ll spend time in your cabin but when the sun comes up around 5am or you’re leaving port then you can just draw back the curtains and doze off and on while watching the views as you sail by.  Sailing past countless Vineyards and castle is great way to start your morning if you ask me.”

Kyra’s Family Camping Trip to Banff

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“I went to the beautiful Moraine Lake and Lake Louise.  I had never been to either of those lakes before and I just fell in love with how pretty they are!”

Heather’s Destination Wedding Travels

“In 2016 I was lucky enough to travel not once but twice for amazing, beautiful destination weddings.   My brother was married in Puerto Vallarta and a dear high school friend was married in Ucluelet, British Columbia.  The first trip was another amazing family vacation but even more special.  The second a bit of a high school reunion and a road trip with two of my very best friends.”

Stephanie’s Costa Rican’ Adventure

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“Kayak and paddle boarding on Lake Arenal in Costa Rica, with beautiful views of the Arenal Volcano is one of my favorite travel memories in 2016. “

Colleen’s Bucket List trip to Newfoundland

“Ales, Whales and Newfie Tales is what is waiting for you in Newfoundland and so much more.  We went for 2 weeks but could have stayed for a month.  The people, the hiking, the music, the scenery even their own winery are just some of the things that are waiting for  you.  From Iceberg Beer which you can only get in Newfoundland to the East Coast music heard at every pub it’s a must return destination.  Oh, yes don’t forget the Puffins. “

It has certainly been a memorable year.   We can’t wait to see where 2017 takes us and hope to share it all with you along the way.    If you would like any help planning your own amazing vacation please feel free to call our office at 306-242-TRIP (8747).   We would love to help you have amazing travel experiences too.

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COLLEEN’S NEWFOUNDLAND DREAM – Blog 5

We have done George Street in St. Johns and the whale tour so now it is time to continue our journey in Newfoundland.  In order to truly appreciate Newfoundland, you have to head out of St. Johns.  We are on our way to Rocky Harbour in Gros Morne National Park and make an overnight in Twillingate.   Please keep in mind driving times as once you are off the main highway, the other roads are windy and you can only go 80Kms per hour so it takes a while to get anywhere.    We stay at the Anchor Inn hotel in a 2 bedroom suite with kitchen.  It is a great town with lots of small shops for your NFLD souvenirs and some great restaurants.  We decide to do the whale watching tour in the morning but only see a couple of minke whales.  After the tour we head off to the AUK Island winery where all their wines are made with the local berries.  They have over 10 different kinds of wines and they are not too bad.  I would recommend a stop here is you are interested in wines.

We are off to Deer Lake to pick up my sister who is coming for the second week.  With road construction we are a bit late and arrive in Rocky Harbour around 7:00pm.  What can I say; Rocky Harbour is like one of the small towns you see in the movies.  It is on the ocean and in a really pretty area.  We are staying at the Spruce Grove Cottages in a 3 bedroom suite.  The owner Nellie has everything prepared and we move right into the cabin.  I can say that I was a little worried as I was thinking of some cabins that I have stayed in the past but happy to say that it had 3 large rooms with a large bathroom and no carpets!

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Twillingate Lighthouse

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Anchor Inn – Twillingate

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Rocky Harbour Sunset

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Rocky Harbour Spruce Grove Cottages