Auberge Des Iles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... beautiful and reminded me a bit of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam. There is a cave there where bones human bones had been found from many moons ago when some people had hidden there during a storm. I chatted with a couple of Dutch girls from Utrecht, one of whom had a brilliant camera and took better pics than I ont he day, though I did my best. On the way back the bus broke down as one of the back tyrews blew out, so we waited 1 and a half hrs at the cheese factory for ...
Since my last entry, we have been to Boston--Mass, Bar Harbor--Maine and several cities in Canada.
The Canadian destinations that we have seen so far are
Saint John, (Bay of Fundy), New Brunswick
... experiencing the hustle-bustle of two very large cities. I hope Don's photos of the fjord from high up in the national park give you some sense of it. Very few people, lakes and streams everywhere, and most homes heated by wood stoves, I'm pretty sure, based upon the enormous woodpiles at every dwelling.
My hero of the day was the bus driver, who dragged me along the pine-strewn paths and slippery rocks we had to cross to get to the ...
13th May- Sydney, Nova Scotia - after breakfast we ventured into downtown Sydney where it was pretty chilly although not foggy. The main street was fairly small and dull so we came back after less than hour via the waterfront boardwalk. By then the cold had kicked in so we were glad to get back on board. Early afternoon we had an excursion to Baddek on Lake Bras d'Or. The scenery along the lake was lovely but ominously, the snow was still in the forest and along ...
... views as we walked around the city were just fantastic. While waiting to hop back on the bus we spotted a little gopher poking his nose out from under a slab – I spent a bit of time and managed to get a couple of good photos of this cute little guy – though from talking to other Canadians and Americans – they’re actually a real pest –a bit like our possums I guess.
So we hopped back on the bus and it brought us back to ...