McLachlan House

306 Lincoln Street, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, B0J 2C0, Canada | B&B

Travel Blogs from Lunenburg

Hello Lunenburg

A travel blog entry by lilmont


... retains the heat and it feels like a furnace and to go out and enjoy the view to cool down. We both checked our computers for emails and updates plus did downloads before we left. Richard is being such a little Hitler making sure I do my foot exercises morning and night. My heel is slowly getting better as long as I rest and don't do a lot of walking which is a bit difficult at the moment if we want to see or walk ti sights. Such ...

Scary Crows. Day 878.

A travel blog entry by bri74


... up and made our way to Mahone Bay. We unexpectedly came across the 'Great Scarecrow Festival'. Well it was Halloween time after all. Lots of weird, wonderful and damn right bloody strange scarecrows around.
One guy had dressed himself and his motorbike completely in skulls. Bit of a fetish I think. He said he just did it for a laugh and to meet people. Well it was working.

We followed ...

Peggys Cove and Lunenburg

A travel blog entry by judihasi


... fisher village and the granite rocks are the impressive things there. The drive is amazing and going further towards Lundenburg you can always stop for photographs. The towns also become more and more colourful and look like in Scandinavia or Ireland maybe. If I could, I would retire there ...

Fisheries Museum

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke


Sunday morning was bright and beautiful, the Fisheries Museum opened at 9:30, and we were among the first visitors. This museum was devoted to inland fishing which is what predominates in Nova Sccotia with all of its bays and small waterways. Among the exhibits was an entire old fishing schooner which we were able to visit and walk through. There was an interesting talk about lobster and we ...

Colourful Lunenburg

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson


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We start our tour (after the usual nuggets of info on the drive) on the opposite side of the Lunenburg harbor for a photo opportunity and view of the pretty colourful hillside landscape of wooden buildings that make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the historic fishing village Lunenburg. Oh and bonus we spot an Osprey nest. Another cool and magnificent bird. Beats the common sparrow! However being slow with the camera I only manage ...


This B&B, located on 306 Lincoln Street, Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, Nova Scotia Sailing, and Brambles Antiques.
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