We visited Admiralty House in Mount Pearl on Saturday morning, and we were the only people in the museum. There wasn't even anyone working there or taking admission! However, there is a meeting room in the museum and there seemed to be a driving class going on in there. It was a strange set up for a place that claims to be 'open year round', but we learned lots and enjoyed our time there nonetheless.
Newfoundland, in general, is also a significant part of wireless telegraph history as Marconi received the first transatlantic wireless message on Signal Hill in St. John's.
After working up an appetite at Admiralty House, we made our way to Nourish, a gluten-free bakery in Paradise! We couldn't help ourselves and ended up buying a cinnamon roll, a brownie, a bit of chocolate chip banana bread, and a bit of coffee cake. We ended up eating all of it by the end of the day, but it was definitely worth it. Lots of great gluten-free options for people who are interested.
... Until next Saturday (or Sunday)!