We left Reykjavik, Iceland and had three days at sea before arriving at St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. We got into a routine with coffee in our room at 7am and breakfast in the dining room by 9am. We enjoy sharing tables, talking to other passengers and the different breakfast menu every day. We've met people from so many states and countries it would be difficult to list them all. The conversation is as good as the eggs and bacon.
|WW & MA......Cathy & Richard|
|Entering St. John's protected harbor|
|Fort Amherst & Lighthouse|
St. John's is a city build around the harbor. It dates back to colonial times and has a wonderful history. Land is a premium so most of the homes are "row houses." They are multicolored and remind me of San Francisco.
Our tour then took us back through town and up to Signal Hill, the site of the reception of the first "wireless" on the Marconi in Morse code in 1901.