Pelham House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Swiss and French immigrants. It was planned as a model town with a formal grid of streets and blocks, yeah with 14 house lots and allowances for public spaces and fortifications. The settlers turned from farming to fishing and shipbuilding. The town prospered. Many of the early homes have what is called a “Lunenburg Bump”. I first noticed this style of home in New Brunswick. The bump extends out from the roof to form an ...
... had distinguishing quirks that we swear will never appear in any of our future homes. Some of the places we've stayed are shown below.
At each stop, we wrestle with the variations in heating and cooling systems, shower controls, cutlery and china settings, trash arrangements (to recycle, or not?),washers and dryers, home decoration, wifi passwords (why do they need 18 ...
... craftsman built houses. The colourful buildings especially the red Adams & Knickle fish processing plant on the shore front make for great photos!
Lunenburg is the home of Bluenose Schooner II built in 1961. The original Bluenose built in 1921 (found on our Canadian dimes) won the International Fishman's Trophy & was never defeated in Canadian waters. We could only admire the ...
There surely cannot be another province like Nova Scotia. We were limited to the Southshore due to time restrictions, but all we saw was far and beyond what we had imagined and hoped to see. The land, sea, and people all come together here. The food is wonderful both from the sea and the rich fertile soil. Nova Scotia is like most of Canada, progressive and liberal. They are proud of their land and heritage and strive in every way to protect and preserve it. It ...
... married in Quebec City in 1950 and my father played hockey for the Quebec Aces for a few years and then signed on to play for the Sydney Millionaires. When he told my mom they were moving to Sydney she thought they were going to Australia!! My father played two years in Sydney and one more in Glace Bay. Three winters spent out on the far eastern edge of Nova Scotia and my mother thought she had reached the ends of the earth. What she ...