At The Harbourfront Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our gourmet picnic lunch of pasta and brown rice salads, ham and roast beef sandwiches-we told you before that we eat well when we camp. "Are we there yet??" That's what we are all saying around 7 p.m. It's been a long day of driving for our men, they are the best! Deb and I just have to keep from going stir crazy. We are so close to North Sydney! We can't check in until 9 p.m. so we will find a place to eat then go and line up and wait (hopefully for only a ...
... what a man, such a brilliant inventor. Did not know he was a teacher for the deaf. There was a replica of the Silver Dart, the first plane to fly in Canada. They also had 2 pieces of the hydrofoil boat that he invented but due to the need of planes in the 1st world war its concept was abandoned.
Headed back to New Harris to the campground to get some laundry done and put up our ...
... was space on the top bunks for all of our baggage.
We had an excellent buffet dinner, and an easy evening. The sea again was very calm so both Mike and I were able to sleep very well, and arrived fresh in North Sydney ready for riding.
Next Destinations: Mike will start on his way home to Ontario, and I will take the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, and stay overnight in Antigonish, Nova Scotia
We had another sunny day. This time it was in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Apparently Nova Scotia is made up of many islands and this on is the most eastern of them. In fact we have been, since Charlottetown, 4 hours earlier than California. I knew little of the Acadians who originally settled here. But their story, although tragic in many ways, is one of survival despite great hardship. It seems that the ...
... wasn't so bad, but when I got 20 km out, the WINDS became gale-force and almost blew me into the Gulf of St. Lawrence! I was petrified riding for the first time in my life! There was a black station wagon behind me, and when I pulled into the gas station near the ferry, the driver got out and said " very impressive riding, and more so now that I know you are a female!". I was actually shaking. I found out that that stretch of road is ...