BEST WESTERN Mermaid Yarmouth
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got up early to a beautiful, sunny day. We went to a little town called Mahone Bay. It is another colorful old town on a small bay. We spent a couple of hours there walking around town and visiting some of the shops. Of special interest was a pewter shop. They manufacture all of their pewter there and demonstrated how they make the pewter pieces. It was really interesting and they had beautiful stuff.
We went through a small ...
... which I liked very much.
I head from Mike's wife Mary that Mike had already returned safely to Meaford, Ontario in the early evening. He had ridden around 2'200 kms since we parted on Tuesday June 23, in 3 days and 2 nights. That was more than 700 km/day, but he said that he really enjoyed riding through the States of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, especially the Appalachian Mountains.
Next Destination: Truro, Nova Scotia with a stop in Digby.
Lazy day at sea - we have managed to find two huge comfy chairs looking out to sea in the middle centrum - beside the wine bar The most excitement we will get today is dogging zimmer's Oops - take that back - old guy across must have nodded off and fell off his seat - mother is apoplectic Time for a wee sleep ...
Atlantic Ocean waves were finally seen at Summerville Beach. Yarmouth hosts Cape Forchu Lighthouse. Even gray & windy skies couldn't distract from this one-of-a-kind "apple core" style light. Here we learned that the 6-month lobster season begins on ...
... no matter the what or the where. Charlottetown was delightful. Beautiful old grand houses. Artists shops full of mittens and wool, paintings and jewelry, hooked rugs and wood carvings....and of course Province House, where the Fathers of Confederation first met in 1864 to make their dream of a greater Canadian nation a reality. We saw what a burden it must be for these towns to maintain these old buildings. The work is enormous and some could keep up and others...not ...