BEST WESTERN PLUS Chocolate Lake Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... the day. The restaurant scene is superb, and we enjoyed meals at the ‘Henry House’ pub and ‘Two Doors Down’. Argyle street, aptly painted with an argyle pattern (what else?) caters to pedestrians who may explore their culinary cravings.
Wanting to explore outside the city, we drove to the lovely nearby town of Lunenburg, which is situated along a picturesque harbour. Lunenberg is home to the famous tall ship, ‘Bluenose II’. If ...
... up. The other caches were in a church carpark, the old highway road amongst the boulders and spiders, on a bridge barrier and near the lighthouse.
Stopped at the tourist info at St Peters Village. Went to the recommended inn for lunch of chowder and lobster sandwiches. Paul tried the lobster croissant with avocado and mango mayo. All delicious. It was also recommended that we check out the oldest working lock in ...
From New Brunswick we drove to Halifax which is the capital of Nova Scotia. We booked into our hotel which was nicer than the one on PEI and in a great position. The only problem was that our mattress had huge dip in the middle and Joe and I spent all night clinging to our respective edges to stop our selves from rolling into the middle. We sorted this out the next morning when we changed to a room with a "flat" mattress! Joe ...
... happily in the end, there was no room at the inn so we parked for the night at the Lions Beach Park in town. Our little van is a warm and cozy next and always proves to be the best accommodation.
The Canadian north would not be complete without some wildlife sightings and we were well rewarded. We watched two black bear cubs scamper into the woods near Sault Ste. Marie and further on in Muskoka ...