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Welcome to the edge.
Find yourself at the most easterly point in North America.
Trust us, this isn't the sort of place
where you'll be stuck for words.
Get lost in conversation.
Hundreds of unique dialects.
Learn the language.
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Where is this place, exactly?
It's about as far from Disneyland as you can possibly get.
Start your journey to the most easterly point of North America.
For a night like this,
you could almost wish
the day away. Almost.
Find yourself at an upcoming festival or event.
Suddenly, it occurs to you that most of it is still under water.
Catch a glimpse of 10,000-year-old icebergs.
Isn’t it about time you came
up for a breath of fresh air?
More than 10,000 humpbacks every year.
Funny how getting away from it all
can lead to everything you’ve been missing.
Hike 29,000 km of untouched coastline.
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Christmas Tea and Craft Sale
Mount Pearl First Night Celebrations
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions Dinner & Show
St. Paul Music Cafe
A Band That Captures Your Heart… Hook, Line and Sinker.
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Gold Medal Plates St. John's 2013
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Sixty boats and thousands of lights. Celebrate Christmas this Friday at the annual Port de Grave Christmas Boat Lighting. http://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com/PlanYourTrip/Detail/31014512
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