The Best of Newfoundland

The Canadian island of Newfoundland lures visitors to North America's easternmost point, where they fall head over heels.

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Grab a Local Brew
Photo: Michael Hanson

Grab a Local Brew

My road trip starts here, in one of the oldest cities in North America, St. John's—a historic shipping and fishing hub with a working harbor. I walk down famed George Street, known for having the most bars packed on a half kilometer in North America.

The people-watching is addictive: Flanked by a rainbow of buildings, the road is closed to vehicles at night and fills with groups walking hand in hand, dipping into dive bars such as the red-brick Yellow Belly Brewery & Public House and hanging out on outdoor patios. It feels a bit like Mardi Gras as laughter floats through the crowd along with guitar riffs from a live band and the smell of fried pub fare.

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