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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the Cabot Trail. It is a long drive and we weren't sure how the weather was going to be. Well the morning was windy but with some sun but the afternoon produced rain and fog. But the trail gives you some beautiful coastal views and is worth the 5 to 6 hour drive. Some of the trail is located in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. You really have some fantastic views from the top of the ...
... Will need to edit the Kijiji advert as well too including the Dartmouth address and change the price.
Having a relaxing day today really doing nothing and probably drinking too much coffee. Decided to go to Baddeck where I tried getting a cottage to look at the sights, do our washing and some food shopping as we are leaving Cape Breton Island tomorrow and supplies are low. Made our lunch and flask of coffee got everything ready and we were off.
Same old ...
... trail as I read that this was a good walk. We parked up and I went off to explore and left Christine in the car to have a sleep and stay safe from the coyotes and bears in the area. Apparently it was here that a man travelling alone was savaged to death by 2 coyotes but this was a few years ago I kept telling myself. Off I went with camera in hand and walking boots on full of hope that I might see some wildlife. I wasn't sure this was wise ...
... We headed back to Hwy 1 to get to the Confederation Bridge to work our way up North Sydney. We catch the ferry tomorrow morning for Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland.
One thing we noticed in our travels so far is that Chip Trucks are almost non-existent here. For a province like PEI that produces 1.3 billion kilos of potatoes each year, that seems strange. LOL! We don't eat a lot of french fries, but they are a treat when we find them along the highway. ...
... take a quick power nap before leaving for our next destination.
As we followed the Cabot Trail down the east side of the park, we took three more hikes. The first was to Jigging Cove Lake. We thought this would be a short hike but it ended up being 2.5 kilometers (or 300 miles). However, it was a beautiful trail that circled the lake. We saw small fish along the shoreline and a number of birds. We also met a man along the trail ...