At The Harbourfront Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and the ocean.
Drove thru Mabou the home of the Red Shoe pub owned by the Rankin sisters but did not get a picture. It was really tiny...
Stopped into a art store in an Acadian village and bought us some trinkets to remind ourselves of a great place.
The trail was not that special until we got to Margaree Forks then the scenery was absolutely spectacular, of which ...
... but upon reaching Cape Breton Island, we had a clouds and some blue sky. Temperatures were between 12 and 18 degrees.
We left Pictou and followed the Trans Canada Highway north. Lots of cars, trucks and some Recreational Vehicles - fairly busy traffic for mid-June. It must be really heavy once the tourist season starts.
After a ride of 103 km, we crossed the Canso Causeway and reached Cape Breton ...
... Revolution it is still an important topic in Nova Scotia. Many of the Acadians forced out fled into Quebec or into what would become Maine. And some returned within a generation. But today the Acadians are a growing part of Nova Scotia, retaining their language, faith and cultural heritage. Although we didn't find Sydney as beautiful as Charlottetown, PEI, we enjoyed visiting the Fort of ...
... Mark for the food! There will be food pictures galore - so be prepared! Back to our delay. Blech. Of course we're delayed. Air Canada would work no other way! At least at this point it's only an hour (I just wouldn't bet my non-existent first born on it staying that way.) So what does one do while waiting in an airport? Netflix? Nope. Food? God no, we just came from a family brunch at Cora's. Shopping? Well heck yeah! (Can ...
... only a five minute wait and decent results.
Later that morning, we drove 35 minutes southwest to the Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada where a shuttle bus drove us to the (reconstructed) Fortress, a mile and a half from the entrance. On the drive, we spotted two bald eagles soaring through the air - beautiful! Upon arriving at the Fortress, we were immediately immersed in the18th century time period. We walked the paths of French explorers and soldiers as ...