St. John’s is the oldest and easternmost city in North America, and is home to a culture and character you won’t find anywhere else.
The wonderful thing about St. John’s is that it has all the amenities of a city, but you need travel only minutes to behold the stunning beauty of nature. May and June are considered iceberg season – take a short drive to Cape Spear, a national historic site, and take in the open ocean, the iconic lighthouse, and more than likely – a majestic iceberg or two.
In addition to the gorgeous view, some of the best dining and nightlife in Canada can be found just walking distance from the conference. Don’t miss the infamous George Street, which has the most bars and pubs per square foot in all of North America!
Visit newfoundlandlabrador.com or http://destinationstjohns.com/ for all you need to know about enjoying your time in our beautiful province.
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