Alicion Bed & Breakfast

66 McDonald Street, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, B0J 2C0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 66 McDonald Street, Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Nova Scotia Sailing.
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    Travel Blogs from Lunenburg

    A Different Breed

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jul 10, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... UI for the other half. It has become an expected way of life. Entitlement - the feeling that we deserve to be looked after seems to have become a core value. At the same time, service jobs such as those in the fast food industry are still open but the feeling is that one is above these jobs. Many do not want local jobs that they feel are beneath them nor do they want to leave the area to find work.

    So what are some of the effects ...

    Close encounters with Mahone Bay

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 24, 2013

    9 photos

    ... would hate to rive here in a storm the water would be lapping over the road.

    Magnificent views of Maders Cove stopped at a “no parking bay” between the bay and sea marshlands, lakes to take a photo of the tiny island with lighthouse beacon on and another slightly bigger island with house on owned by a Swiss family. A local drove by twice to see what we were doing and we waved, he smiled and was satisfied we were okay. ...

    Hello Lunenburg

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 22, 2013

    8 photos

    ... when we were in Hopewell Cape that this part of Canada (Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland) is called the Maritimes, we were always wondering what people were talking about. Anyway we drove down a very nasty road to Cherry Hill Harbour in a small protective inlet to have a look and there was a truck there replacing poles on the wharf.

    More beautiful views of the South Shore Atlantic Ocean as ...

    Timber and sailing and UNESCO World Heritage

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 20, 2012

    7 photos

    ... race and won every year, and i s now featured on a Canadian 50 cent stamp. It was eventually pensioned off and sank somewhere on the other side of the world but now they have Bluenose II which takes tourists round the bay.
    Seriously though they have an impressive collection of large sailing vessels, several streets of old and beautiful wooden houses and shops which are the World Heritage bit of it, some good restaurants and it all sits in the middle of drop dead gorgeous ...

    Closed museums and fog

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on May 26, 2012

    26 photos

    ... boat replica. We drove through the fog across Yarmouth bar to Yarmouth Cape and its lighthouse. Along the way were many, many lobster docks along with lobster traps and markers. Finding the firefighter's museum closed we proceeded up the eastern coast. The Eel Lake Oyster Farm was also closed as was the Barrington Woolen Mill and the Acadie Museum. We did have a great ...