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Special places in Newfoundland

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We'll be spending 2 weeks in Newfoundland late June-early July in the following places.

3 nights        St John's          At Wit's Inn
2 nights        Twillingate         Echoes of the Ocean, cabins
4 nights   Rocky Harbour  Mt Range Cottages
3 nights            Port Union         Cap Blackmores
2 nights            Witless Bay       Elaine's By the Sea
1 night              Airport hotel

Besides seeing the places that are mentioned in the tour books, can anyone suggest a special or hidden spot that we just have to visit? Want to see the wonderful scenery where perhaps we can just sit and soak in the view. Walking or hiking to this special place would add to the fun.

Also, there are so many trails and so little time. Is there a particular favorite of anyone's? I have guides for many of them, but don't know which to choose.

Would also love to meet and interact with the people. Any interesting restaurants/coffee shops/etc that would help with that or that you think are rather unique.

We are so looking forward to this trip, especially after all the wonderful things we've heard about the province.

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