Marina Cove Inn

Address: 9329 Pepperell Street, St. Peter's, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, BOE 3BO, Canada | B&B
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      Travel Blogs from St. Peter's

      Bringing home BABY

      A travel blog entry by gloria.dove on Jul 07, 2014

      ... were many, like us, full of worry and questions. Yet there was a huge community of folks who absolutely LOVED to travel RV style. Maybe things would become clearer as we started using our RV? Perhaps we'd worry less and enjoy more?

      Our first summer owning our RV we planned out first big trip. My husband took a 5 weeks vacation, we grabbed our boys, jumped in our truck and headed west. The rest is another blog entry :-)

      Battery provincial park

      A travel blog entry by northlandexp on Jul 26, 2013

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      ... d'Or Lake. Battery provincial park has a picnic area and a small camp grounds. The camp grounds rests in between two old forts, on the left was the British fort Dorchester and on the right was the French fort Toulouse. When we checked in we were welcomed by three park attendants and the two park hosts. It was like walking into neighbourhood coffee shop. Everyone was so friendly. Les and his buddies were quick ...

      The Fortress of Louisbourg

      A travel blog entry by beanthere on Sep 15, 2010

      28 photos

      ... 1740, was one of the most extensive (and expensive) European fortifications constructed in North America. It suffered key weaknesses, since its design was directed solely toward sea-based assaults, leaving the land-facing defenses relatively weak.

      The Fort was captured by British colonists in 1745 - a land based attack. It was a major bargaining chip in the negotiations leading to the 1748 ...

      On our way home?

      A travel blog entry by dabrander on Aug 28, 2010

      15 photos

      ... a hill over-looking St. Peter’s Bay on the Atlantic Ocean. It’s quite spectacular and is requiring a lot of attention as I type this. Please exques ane tipe-os.

      This morning we woke up at Corny Brook campground in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. We broke down our very wet tent (thanks to the dew off of the ocean) and embarked on the rest of the Cabot Trail. The views ...

      Cape Breton Island - Whale Watching

      A travel blog entry by andrewkinsey on Aug 28, 2010

      21 photos

      ... Fortunately, the harbour and its defenses were not strategically great and the British captured it twice before blowing up the fortress. Anyway a great place to visit and (not sure about everyone else) I really enjoyed it as I had read a book about it by a friend of ours called Bill Smallwood so it was great to see what it was actually like.

      Next morning we were off again to Halifax, another long ...