Sail Inn B&B

Address: 99 Montague Street, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, B0J 2C0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 99 Montague Street, Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Nova Scotia Sailing.
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        Travel Blogs from Lunenburg


        A travel blog entry by fraser4 on Jun 30, 2015

        33 photos

        ... is home to the famous Bluenose Schooner which was a Canadian fishing and racing schooner from Nova Scotia built in 1921. Bluenose was under the command of Angus Walters and became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia and an important Canadian symbol in the 1930s. Bluenose also appears on the current Nova Scotia licence plate, and also on the Canadian dime, which was added in 1937 at the height of fame for Bluenose.
        After spending ...

        Off the edge!

        A travel blog entry by nkmorris on May 25, 2015

        16 comments, 25 photos

        ... locals in the communities we stay in has been highly successful.

        We don't eat at restaurants often (although we have succumbed to the temptations of New England and Canadian seafood) so supermarkets are a staple. Despite a range of different names, they're pretty much all the same, which has allowed us to optimise our cooking and picnicking. We have found some excellent local fare, ...

        Lovely Lunenburg

        A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Sep 16, 2014

        23 photos

        ... life as a fishing schooner & winner of the last Trophy Race in 1938 the Bluenose was put up for sale 1942. Despite efforts to have her remain in Canada she was sold to to the West Indian Trading Company & sadly she hit a reef & sank off Haiti in 1946.

        Bluenose II was built by Olands Brewery in 1961 for $300,000 to promote their new "Schooner Beer". In 1971 she was sold to the Nova ...

        Nova Scotia

        A travel blog entry by miaandpappy4 on Sep 02, 2014

        1 comment, 44 photos

        ... has the feel of a colonial settlement. Peggy's Cove is another unique small fishing village which is well known for it's lighthouse perched atop massive granite that has been worn smooth by the waves. There are mountains of granite to climb on. The monument that depicts the faces,lives, and legends of fishermen is a relief sculpture chiseled from one large piece of granite. We stopped last night at a lobster shanty and bought lobsters, had them cooked, ...

        A Different Breed

        A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jul 10, 2014

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... is no middle class in Sussex, a town consisting of a handful of well-to-do people living in large, old homes and the rest of the town living in mobile homes. It is the first time I have seen entire subdivisions consisting of ready made mobile homes. The unemployment rate is exceedingly high and has been for some time. Many of the people are seasonal workers either in the fish or lumber industry and it is common practice to work for half a year ...