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The road heads southerly direction, passing theough Terra Nova National Park and then crosses the Avalon Peninsula, heading east.
You can head south to Argentia to catch the ferry to North Sydney, Nova Scotia.
You should take the time to visit the many small fishing villages that echo the quiet life in Newfoundland of over a hundred years ago, with such colourful names as Brigus, Harbour Grace, Come By Chance, usually just a few minutes off the Trans-Canada.
If you have a few days to spare, leave the highway at Goobies, and take Route 210 south to Fortune, and catch a ferry to the French Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.
St. John's, capital city of the island province of Newfoundland, and Canada's oldest city (over 500 years old!), is the eastern starting / ending point of the Trans-Canada Highway. The end of the Trans-Canada is commerprated by the "Mile One Stadium" (arena) in downtown St John's, interstly 7'800-some kilometres from the "Mile 0" Marker in Victoria, British Columbia at the Western End of the Trans-Canads.
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