Cambridge Suites - Sydney

380 Esplanade, Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, B1P 1B1, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Sydney area of Sydney, is near Casino Nova Scotia.
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    Bulk Items and Long Drives

    A travel blog entry by madolph on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... seasons on sale for 1/3 the regular cost! Talk about win! Mark also got a sweater jacket, so he wasn't left out. The drive was pretty uneventful and my mom and I read most of the way. I did nap a bit, but come on! It was a warm car and two o'clock in the afternoon! Who wouldn't? Lol!  We stopped for dinner at a little Italian restaurant in Sydney called Amadeo's and the chef was sweet enough to make me a ...

    A Quite Day in Sydney

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 30, 2013

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    ... in Sydney’s coal mines. After Sydney was officially founded in 1785, fifty thousand Scottish Immigrants arrived in the area between the late 17th and early 18th centuries. More Gaelic is spoken in Nova Scotia than in Scotland. By the early 20th Century, Sydney became home to one of the world’s largest steel Plants, fed by the numerous coal mines in the area. Today Cape Breton boasts a rugged shoreline, rolling ...

    Cold day in Sydney, NS

    A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Sep 27, 2013

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    ... the "Great Inland Sea."

    Sydney, Nova Scotia inhabitants are a mix of more than fifty nationalities from Scotland, Africa and Eastern Europe. It was founded in 1785 by British Loyalist, but had been occupied for centuries by the First Nations Mi'kmaq people.

    I left Bruce reading to go browse the dockside stores. I was surprised to find that the small building contained a mini food court, several permanent shops and a large room ...

    Louisbourg Fortress & Lobster lunch

    A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Sep 11, 2013

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    Wednesday 11th September: Docked at Sydney on Cape Breton Island which is 1000 miles north of New York (probably why it is cold), 850 miles north of Boston and 950 miles east of Montreal at 8.00 - left the ship to use WFI in the terminal building and then onto our bus at 9.15 for our 'Discover the Two Sides of ...

    Day 22 - Tough Going....

    A travel blog entry by solorider on Jul 25, 2013

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    ... service station and began to inspect the problem. A guy from the service bay showed up with a bottle of soapy water and we looked for the source of the leak. In the process of rolling the bike slowly forward, my helmet fell to the ground. F#^¥+%!!! And there it was, an oddly shape piece of steel embedded into the tire. It was ten-to-five in the afternoon and both shops and only motorcycle shops in town told me they were done for the day. I put ...