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... I got down to the beach it looked like Bondi Beach there were so many people. I thought it was really funny as I thought it was an isolated spot and the few cars were looking for the lighthouse. We drove out of the place and then saw the top of the lighthouse but we couldn’t find the road to it, as they all ended up at the sea. I was over lighthouses by this time and said let’s just head home.
We drove the quick way home straight ...
... to collect all of our things, as we had quite a bit of re-packing to do. As we were pulling everything out of the car, we couldn't believe how much stuff we had, and how we were able to bring it all here in the first place. We spent the next couple of hours in our room sorting and packing, and we managed to do it all!
We toasted our final night in the Atlantic provinces with some Nova Scotia wine, and enjoyed a sleep in a dry room, with a solid roof over our heads.
... Out of Sydney the Fortress of Louisburg is a significant part of the French - Anglo struggle for control in Canada. Trivia: Do you know the difference between a fort and fortress? A fortress encloses a living community with military as well as the families and trades of the merchants. The French established the settlement in 1713 to control the rich fishing grounds of the cod banks where dried cod was traded to many parts of ...
... just like Quebec if we choose to make it happen who knows but it would be well worth a 3-4 day visit. Unfortunately you would have to pick the high season for tourism because even now the season is winding down and places are closed for the season. Yet I do think it would be worth the visit even if you did have more crowds. The solution for that? Go early or late miss the bus tours and do it on your own and still you usually can get away from most folks for at least a while.
... pace of PEI, making it easier to travel aroung with Grandmere. I had read of a little quirk that the PEI potatoe growers would leave a stand of potatoes "unmanned" and allow you to pick and pay for your own potatoes. Papa pulled up to a potatoe stand on the highway, and got Grandmere to hang out of the window, and pay for her own bag.
To leave the province, we had to take the Conferderation Bridge - which is a marvel - and terrifying at the same time - ...