5 Victoria St (the orange one) - a beautiful Jelly Bean house in the heart of St. John's. As we turned onto the street Jim quickly hit the brakes and we all gasped like we had just reached the top of the roller coaster. If someone tells you St. John's is hilly, they are right, but it is also crazy steep in parts.
I am on the downside of the car, my door whips open and I realize I almost have to lie down to get my feet to touch the ground.
One thing we learned quickly was don't take your suitcase out of the car and sit it on its wheels. LOL.
The population of St. John's is around 112,000, a bustling little port town with container ships, oil tankers and fishing ships all parked in the harbour which today was surrounded by fog.
There are more restaurants than you can imagine, up and down Water and George St serving everything you could imagine.
Yellowbelly Brewery which was hopping when we tried to get a seat for dinner. After a 30 minute wait in their lovely Underbelly Bar where I tried the signature "Shelly's Gin Cocktail" absolutely delish, so refreshing a perfect dock drink on an 80 degree day, we made our way upstairs.