Cambridge Suites - Sydney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the downtown area. There really wasn't much to see, save for the "World's Largest Ceilidh Fiddle" located where the cruise ships come in. We think Sydney has seen better days.
It was also our day to do laundry (laundromats are not Colleen's favorite) and stock up on groceries and liquor. In Canada, liquor is sold only at provincially-run stores, making it a separate errand. We've been told that Newfoundland is more remote with fewer towns and higher prices, so we are ...
... weaving. The Dawsons and Sweetmans will return home after 3 weeks and Sue and I will stay for two more weeks. Friends of Sue's who currently live in Romania and work as missionaries will join us for a week of those two. The itinerary for those two weeks hasn't been ...
... lunched at Carrs seafood restaurant which was pretty good. All in all a really good day, bright sunshine perfect for touring. Incidentally the weather has been around 10 degrees C, today it is 8 degrees C in Sydney. We are the current trivia champions at the moment in the daily Silversea comp, we have won the last 3 days. We are also in the leading trivia team on board, which meets every afternoon for a very entertaining hour with cruise director Fernando - a real ...
... was renamed Louisbourg, and selected by the French as the most suitable point for an Atlantic stronghold. It served as HQ for the French Fleet and became an important fishing and trading center.
In 1745 after a 47 day siege, Louisbourg was captured by the British. Three years later the colony was returned to the French by another treaty I have never heard of, the Treaty of Aixla-Chapelle. Louisbourg was ...
Today we journeyed to the picturesque resort village of Baddeck, situated on the shores of the beautiful Bras d’Or Lakes in the heart of Cape Breton Island. The island is part of Nova Scotia(New Scotland).
Alexander Graham Bell spent the last 37 years of his life on this inlet. Whilst best known for the invention of the telephone, he also made remarkable contributions to the fields of medicine, genetics, electricity, sound, speech, aeronautics ...