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Places to Stay in both St. John's and Gros Morne & Other questions

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My husband and I are planning to fly to Newfoundland in July. From Toronto fly to Deer Lake, fly to St. Johns and home.

1) Do we need a car in St. Johns or can we take day trips (not hiking or fishing - we are in our 60's)
2) Has anyone stayed in Gros Morne National Park and where
3) Where to stay in St. John's overlooking the harbour (that is really nice and not too expensive and I'm not keen on B&B's)
4) Is Canjet a reliable air service because they seem to be the most reasonable and
5) Which is more reliable Provincial Airways or Air Labrador (they seem to be the same exhorbitant price from Deer Lake to St. John's)

I have looked on this site but need more specific answers. Thanks so much.

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