Cambridge Suites - Sydney
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... when I touched it with my knife. Unbelievable! Everybody else seemed to enjoy their meals so I mostly kept quiet but was horribly disappointed. We then hit up the Costco as there aren't any on Cape Breton Island. My parents were on the hunt for some decent red meat (which is really hard to find here in Nova Scotia) and their Albertan parts really miss red meat. They were successful and so were we. They had ...
... Baddeck and the resting place of Alexander Graham Bell. To celebrate his research and his contributions to both the world and Nova Scotia, they have erected a museum that is dedicated to his work. Before I get ahead of myself, I should mention that Mark had a glorious trout lunch at the Lynwood Inn. I had a salad and a soup, but he loved his meal! Mine was so so. So I'd give it a 3 out of 5. We did go to the museum and learned many things about AGB. Did you know ...
... br> as we come close to Monastery we crossed an inlet.
There is only 20kms to the Canso Causeway where we cross the Strait of Canso to Cape Breton Island can see glimpses of the bay as we get closer to the Island. At Aulds Cove just before the bridge topped up the tank at Petro-Canada $128.6 and had morning tea at Tim Horton's their coffee is pretty good. This franchise has been going since 1964 and all the restaurants are at rest stops, ...
... 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 ...
... trees (due to the poor coastal soil), fishing villages along the way. She said there is fertile land in the centre of the island and this is where their agriculture is. Went through the township of Louisbourg and then out to the ‘Fortress’ on a point of land – centuries ago it covered 57 acres and was a ...