BEST WESTERN PLUS Liverpool Hotel & Conference Centre
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... a local fellow is playing his guitar and singing -a blend of Ian Tyson/Gordon Lightfoot - most pleasant!
This morning we meet the other guest at our bnb and guess where she has travelled from - yes, Medicine Hat!!
We leave for the 11:15 Digby ferry - not the nicest ferry we've been on but fine and spend most of the 2.5hrs outside as it's a lovely day!! Off the ferry and we
view the ...
... 115 km
Jacob:There were three things of note on this day. The first is running into
John Howard, head of band and performing arts, from my high school. The
second was a huge hill, which i didnšt have the muscle to climb. The third
was the fiddler at our accommodations that evening, who had us sing
shanteys, which would become common for me and my brother throughout the
... at the age of 17. He was really good at telling us what you had to do and how you got to come over to Canada and become a Citizen. When we were finished it was still raining so we didn't take a walk along the wharf, we just decided to continue on with our travels. Our next stop was a short one at Peggy's Cove the famous lighthouse on the rocks. There were heaps of people around even with all the rain, it was foggy also so we didn't get the clearest ...
... on the main road we went down back streets till we reached the main street and guess what in the middle of the town the road was being resurfaced. Detoured to a car park and walked up and down the main street the wind is going right through us. Found the Tourist Information Centre and it was closed will be open tomorrow which is no good to us as we will be Lunenburg. All attractions seem to closed in October so not much to see in Liverpool which was settled ...
... the original Bluenose was shipwrecked in the 1960's...I think...so this is a remake of the original schooner). We stopped at the Visitor's info booth first to make sure we knew where to find the boat, and then continued on to Shipyard Hill. The Bluenose was in dry docks, and it looked like quite a bit of work was still needed before it would be put back in the water. Unfortunately we weren't able to get a tour, and she isn't looking very majestic in our ...